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Washington and Lee University 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 

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FORTY-THREE 



UNIVERSITY • LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 



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'ormally, each volume o^ the "Calyx" Is dedi- 
cated to one particular individual who has proved of inestimable 
service to Washington and Lee or whose personality has enriched 
the college life of all W. & L. men. However, in these times of 
turmoil, when each individual is called upon to contribute to the 
common good, it would not be proper to single out one individual. 

Rather this volume will serve as a tribute to the 1,800 or more 
Washington and Lee alumni who are actively engaged in the 
struggle for the survival of the Nation. 

We particularly wish to pay tribute to the fourteen alumni who 
have given their lives for their country in the hope that their 
sacrifice has been a contribution toward a permanent peace in 
this world. 



Robert S. Boyce, '41 
Richard C. Burton, '42 
William E. Darnall, '32 
Stanley A. Douglas, '39 
John B. Gillespie, '40 
David W. Hancock, '38 
Samuel T. Jones, '39 



Robert A. Kemp, '39 
Samuel G. McFadden, '41 
Parker J. Matthews, '41 
Robert B. Secord, '38 
Jock A. R. Stewart, '39 
T. S. Truehart, '41 
Brooks Young, '41 



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IJ [WORD 




^HIS YEARBOOK IS AN AHEMPT TO PICTURE 
THE FINAL YEAR OF THE CLASS OF 1943 AT 
WASHINGTON AND LEE— THE LAST YEAR OF 
COLLEGIATE EDUCATION FOR A CLASS THAT 
NEVER SAW W. AND L. AS IT WAS IN A WORLD 
AT PEACE. FOR JUST ABOUT THE TIME WE EN- 
TERED THE UNIVERSITY IN SEPTEMBER OF 1939, 
HITLER WAS COMPLETING HIS CONQUEST OF 
POLAND IN A STRUGGLE THAT WAS TO AFFECT 
MATERIALLY THIS SCHOOL AND THESE UNITED 
STATES. 

THE SCHOOL YEAR 1942-43 HAS NOT BEEN AN 
EASY ONE FOR WASHINGTON AND LEE. IT BE- 
GAN WITH AN ENROLLMENT SOME 300 STUDENTS 
FEWER THAN NORMAL AND ENDED WITH 
SCARCELY 300 ENROLLED. WE HOPE THAT THIS 
BOOK IN A WAY PICTURES THE CHANGES THAT 
HAVE COME TO A WAR-TIME WASHINGTON AND 
LEE AND THE EFFORT THE STUDENT BODY HAS 
EXPENDED IN PREPARING FOR GREATER SERVICE 
i IN A WORLD AT WAR. 







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'ecember 7, 1942, saw the dawn of a new war-time Washing- 
ton and Lee University, The past two years had seen an accelerated 
program, the adaptation of courses to the war effort and a some- 
what reduced student body. The first anniversary of the attack on 
Pearl Harbor, however, was the day when the Army School for 
Special Service came to the campus signifying a new and different 
W. & L. "for the duration." 



DR. FRiCIS P. m}in 





Gentlemen of fhe Senior Class: 

In fhe pleasant course of the normal years, a college annual is 
little more than a sweet agency of remembrance, to give 
permanence of record to the faces and the episodes that crowd 
the undergraduate epoch. For the Class of 1943, we hope, the 
memory of Washington and Lee will be as rich in quiet and 
unpretentious suggestion as for any group. 

But something more will speak through these pages, something 
of the greatness of heart and the boldness of spirit that, char- 
acteristic of your Alma Mater in every period of crisis, remain as 
your own assets of inspiration. Draw deeply upon the assets of 
honor and faith and sacrifice; and go forth unafraid, go forth 
proud that you will write another chapter of comparable glory. 

FRANCIS P. GAINES, President. 





WILLIAM HAYWOOD MORELAND, LL.B, LL.D. 

Dean of the School of Law 



ROBERT HENRY TUCKER, A.M., LL.D. 
Dean of the University 





FRANK JOHNSON GILLIAM, A.M. 
Dean of Students 



JAMES LEWIS HOWE, Ph.D., M.D. 
University Historian 





GLOVER DUNN HANCOCK, Ph.D. 
Dean of the School of Commerce and Administratic 



EARL STANSBURY MATTINGLY, A.I 

Registrar-Treasurer 



FHULH 



ACCOUNTING 



EDWIN HENRY HOWARD, M.S. 



BIOLOGY 



WILLIAM DANA HOYT, Ph.D. 
JAMES H. STARLING. Ph.D . 



CHEMISTRY 



Assistant Profe 



Professo 
Instructo 



LUCIUS JUNIUS DESHA, Ph.D Professor 

JAMES LEWIS HOWE, Phi.D.. M.D. , Professor Emeritus 
JOHN ROBERT TAYLOR, Ph.D. ,. , Assistant Professor 
LEWIS DANIEL WILLIAMS, JR., M.S Instructor 



COMMERCE 



GLOVER DUNN HANCOCK, Ph.D. . 
MERTON OGDEN PHILLIPS, Ph.D. . 
ROBERT HENRY TUCKER. A.M.. LL.D. 
MERVYN CROBAUGH, Ph.D. 

LOUIS W. ADAMS, B.A 

BRANSON BEESON HOLDER, Ph.D. 
LEWIS KERR JOHNSON, M.S. . . . 



ociate 
sistant 
sistant Pi 
iistant Pi 



DRAWING 

E. CARLYLE LYNCH, JR., M.A Instructor 

EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY 

WALTER ABRAHAM FLICK, Ph.D Professor 

ENGLISH 

FITZGERALD FLOURNOY, Ph.D Professor 

JAMES STRONG MOFFATT, JR , Ph.D Professor 

FRANK JOHNSON GILLIAM, M.A Associate Professor 

ROWLAND WHITEWAY NELSON, Ph.D Assistant Professor 

•GEORGE STUYVESANT JACKSON, A.M Assistant Professor 

JOHN GRIER VARNER, Ph.D. , . Assistant Professor, Director of 
Musical Organizations 

FOREIGN LANGUAGES 

ROBERT FOSTER BRADLEY, Ph.D Professor 

JOHN ALEXANDER GRAHAM, A.M Professor 

HENRY VOGEL SHELLEY, Ph.D Professor 

GEORGE JUNKIN IRWIN, A.B Assistant Professor 

GEORGE FRANCIS DRAKE, A,B Instructor 

ROBERT C. GOODELL, A.M Instructor 

•On Leave of Absence. 



Flick, L. W 



Left to Right: R. T. Johnson, J. H. Williams, Paxton, Latture, Dickey, Gaines, Moffatt, Mattingly, 
' th and Irwin. Second Row, Left to Right: Bean, Graham, Lothery, C, E. Williams, Taylor, L, D, 
Williams, Jr. and S. A. Smith. 




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GEOLOGY 

EDWARD LAMMERS. Ph.D. 



Assistant Profes! 



HISTORY 

WILLIAM GLEASON BEAN, PhD Professor 

LEONARD CLINTON HELDERMAN, PhD Professor 

OLLINGER CRENSHAW, M.A Associate Professor 

ALLEN W. MOGER, PhD Assistant Professor 

HYGIENE 

E. PARKER TWOMBLY, B P,E Associate Professor 

JOURNALISM 

HENRY B RATHBONE, Lift D Visiting Professor 

ROBERT M. HODGES, A.B Assistant Professor 

CHARLES HAROLD LAUCK. A B Instructor 



LAW 



RAYMOND T. JOHNSON, A.B., J.D Professor 

WILLIAM HAYWOOD MORELAND, LL.B,, LLD. Professor 

CLAYTON EPES WILLIAMS, LL.B Professor 

THEODORE H. SMEDLEY, J.D Professor 



MILITARY FUNDAMENTALS 

LIEUT GEORGE MERCER BROOKE, JR., B.A. 

MATHEMATICS 

LIVINGSTON WADDELL SMITH, Ph.D. , 

EARLE KERR PAXTON, AM 

•ROBERT WINTER ROYSTON, M.A,, M.S. 

PHYSICS 

ROBERT WILLIAM DICKEY, B S. 
THOMAS EARLY LOTHERY, JR , 6 S. 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

JOHN HIGGINS WILLIAMS, A,M. 

PHILOSOPHY 

WILLIAM W, MORTON B D, D,D 



SOCIOLOGY 

RUPERT NELSON LATTURE, MA 



Profess 
Associate Profes; 
Assistant Profes; 



, Profes: 
Assistant Profes: 



Front Row, Left to Right; Nelson, Desha, Tucker, Bradley, Shelley, Howard, Lammers, L. K. Johnson, Moger, 

Hancock, Morton, Hoyt and Shoemaker. Second Row, Left to Right: Helderman, Rathbone Howe Crobaugh 

Holder Crenshaw and Phillips. 




e U D OF TRUSTEES 



Officers 
HERBERT FITZPATRICK Rector 

EARL STANSBURY MAHINGLY Secretary 



Members of the Board 

CLARENCE RENSHAW AVERY Chattanooga, Tennessee 

HARRY ST. G. T. CARMICHAEL Bowling Green, Kentucky 

WALTER LAPSLEY CARSON Richmond, Virginia 

JAMES RANDOLPH CASKIE Lynchburg, Virginia 

JOHN WILLIAM DAVIS New York, New York 

HOMER A. HOLT Charleston, West Virginia 

JAMES MORRISON HUTCHESON Richmond, Virginia 

GEORGE BOLLING LEE New York, New York 

JOSEPH T. LYKES New York, New York 

WILLIAM McCHESNEY MARTIN St. Louis, Missouri 

GEORGE CAMPBELL PEERY Tazewell, Virginia 

HUSTON ST. CLAIR Tazewell, Virginia 

JOHN NEWTON THOMAS Richmond, Virginia 




WINTER ON UNIVERSITY PLACE 




MAIN BUILDINGS 



PANEL OF THE CAMPUS 





LEE MEMORIAL CHURCH 




TUCKER HALL 




DOREMUS 
GYMNASIUM 



THE SCHOOL OF LA 




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Bowen, Vaughan, Brown, Soute and Swlnford. 



OFFICERS 






SENIOR LAW CLASS 



FRESHMAN LAW CLASS 



WILLIAM CURTIS SOULE Presrdent 

PAUL GUST GANAS Vice-President 

PAUL DOUGLAS BROWN Executive Committeeman 

LEE MOUNTCASTLE KENNA Historian 



THOMPSON CROCKETT BOWEN. JR President 

THOMAS CARLYLE WILSON. JR Vice-President 

BENJAMIN VANCE BLAGG. II Secretary 

ROGER LEE CAMPBELL Historian 



ALLIE HARTSFIELD LANE 



INTERMEDIATE LAW CLASS 

ROBERT TURNBULL VAUGHAN President 

Vice-President CHARLES WILLIAM SWINFORD . 



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Executive Committe 



vERSi'n' 




THE U n II CLASS 



PAUL DOUGLAS BROWN 

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 

A T, A K, * A * 

Executive Committee, 6; President of Delta Upsilon, 6; Glee Club 
I, 2, 3, Manager, 4, President, 5; Interfraternity Council, 6: Swim- 
ming Manager. 4; Freshman Camp Councilor, 6- Class Secretary 
5; Class Vice-President. 4; Forensic Union, 1; Graham-Lee Literary 
Society: Cotillion Club. 





PAUL GUST GANAS 

ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 
President of Senior Law C 



LEE MOUNTCASTLE KENNA 

CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA 

S X, (I A K, * A *, n A X, T K I 

ent of Student Body, 7; President of Publicatior 
ss Manager of Calyx, 4; President of Sign 
reshman Assimilation Committee, 5, 6; Law Revi 



MACON MELVILLE LONG, JR. 

ST. PAUL, VIRGINIA 

K A, ■1' A * 

Member Virginia State Bar. 



WILLIAM CURTIS SOULE 

GLEN RIDGE, NEW JERSEY 

K i. O A K 

Assimilation Committee Chairman. 6; President of Senior Law 
Class. 6; President of Omicron Delta Kappa. 6; Summer Execu- 
tive Committee. 6; Freshman Camp Councilor. 3; Dormitory 
Councilor. 3 4, Assistant Head, 5; Interfraternity Council, 2, 3; 
Track, I, 2, 3; Basketball. I. 2; Band. I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club. 
I, 2 3, 4; Law Review; Member Virginia Bar.. 



CHARLES TERRENCE WILSON 

NORTH KENOVA, OHIO 

* A * 

President of Phi Delta Phi. 2. 




ALEXANDER MARRS HARMAN, JR. 

WAR, WEST VIRGINIA 
n K A, + A * 



WILLIAM RUSSELL KISER 

WISE, VIRGINIA 

n K A, T K I. * A * 

Exchequer of Phi Delta Phi, 4. 



ALLIE HARTSFIELD LANE 

LAKELAND, FLORIDA 

A T 

Vice-President of Intermediate Law; Freshman Assimilation Com- 
mittee, 4; Christian Council, I, 2: Ring-Tum Phi. I; Glee Club, 
I, 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee, 4. 



ALBERT GALLATIN RHEA, III 

RUSSELLVILLE, KENTUCKY 

Z A E 

Intramural Board. 4; Vice-President of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 4; 
150-Pound Football, 3; Band, I, 2. 



FREDERIC KENNEDY RIPPETOE 

CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA 

A X A, n A N. * A * 

Interfraternify Council 4; President of Lambda Chi Alpha, 4; 
Football, I; Track, I, 2, 3, A; Vice-President of Pi Alpha Nu, 3. 




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CHARLES WILLIAM SWINFORD 

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY 

* r A, * A * 

Intermediate Law Executive Committeeman, 4; Vice-President 

of Interfraternify Council. 4; President of Phi Gamma Delta, 4; 

"13" Club. 



NEIL EWINS TASHER 

DENVER, COLORADO 
S A E 



THE IHEHMEDIUE CEHS 



FIRST y [ A R CLASS 




BENJAMIN VANCE BLAGG, II 

SOUTH CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA 

K A 

Secretary of Freshman Law Class. 



THOMPSON CROCKETT BOWEN, JR. 

TAZEWELL, VIRGINIA 

11 K A 

President of Freshman Law Class 



ROGER LEE CAMPBELL 

tvlANISTEE, MICHIGAN 

* r A 



ctor of Band. 3; Glee Club, 3; HIstori 
Class. 



of Freshman La 



EASTHAM WALLER DUDLEY 

ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA 

n K A 

Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4, President, 4; Freshman Camp Councillor, 
3; White Friars; Cotillion Club; Secretary of Pi Kappa Alpha, 4, 



CARROLL THOMAS LAY 

CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA 
K A 



ALBERT DANIEL TULL 

EAST POINT, GEORGIA 
* B K. * H S, T K I 

Swimming Team 3. 



THOMAS CARLYLE WILSON, JR. 

COLUMBUS, OHIO 

B e n. * B K, * H s, n A N 

Vice-President of Freshman Law Class; Freshman Camp Coun- 
cillor, 4; Interfraternity Council, 4; President of Beta Theta Pi, 
4; Secretary-Treasurer of Pi Alpha Nu. 3; "13" Club, President, 
4; Ring-Turn Phi Business Staff, 2; Cotillion Club; Army Enlisted 
Reserve Corps. 



THE S E n I! C E H M 




Silverstein, Nelson, Day, Blakely and Butler. 



OFFICERS 



COMMERCE SCHOOL 



ACADEMIC SCHOOL 



RICHARD DOUGLAS BUTLER President 

FRANK ROSEBRO BELL Vice-President 

RALPH SCOTT TAGGART Secretary 



CLIFFORD DAY, JR President 

JOHN MALlORY HACKNEY, JR Vice-President 

JOHN CRAIG KAMMERER Secretary 

CALHOUN BOND Historian 



SCIENCE SCHOOL 



JOHN PAUL BLAKELEY President 

RICHARD DANIEL NORDEN Vice-President 

JAt^ES SIDNEY PARSONS Secretary 



MORRISON RAY NELSON Ei 

JAY ARMAND SILVERSTEIN Ex. 



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SENIORS 



JANUARY GRADUATES 



VIRGIL CORNELIUS ADAMS, JR. 

CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE 

S A E 

CALYX, 1; U. S. M. C. R. 



JEAN LEE BENSON 

AUGUSTA, MAINE 

II K 'I., X r e, T K I 

President of Pi Kappa Phi, 4; President of Tau Kappa 
lota, 4; Band, I, 2, 4; Glee Club, 2; Rifle Club, I, 2, 
3; Interfraternity Council, 4; Societas Praemedica; Sec- 
ond Lieutenant, M.A., A.U.S. 



RICHARD JOHN BROMLEY 

FREEPORT, NEW YORK 
11 K *, SAX 
ensic Union, 2; Glee Club, 2; A.E.R.C. 



WALTER REESE BROWDER 

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 

<1> B K 

Editor Southern Collegian; Vice-President of Publii 

tions Board; President of Lee Dinner Forum; Ring-Tu 

Phi, I, 2; Glee Club, I, 2, 3. 



JAMES ROLAND CAMM 

JOHNSTOWN. NEW YORK 

:; A E, T K I 
Glee Club, I; U.S.N.A.C.R. 



JOHN CADWELL WINSFIELD CAMPBELL 

QUEENS VILLAGE, NEW YORK 

A T, X r e 

CALYX Staff, I, 2; Crew, I; Cross-Country, 1; Cross- 
country Manager, 3; Societas Praemedica. 



WILLIAM MONTGOMERY CARSON 

MONTGOMERY, WEST VIRGINIA 
A X A 
A.E.R.C. 



RALPH IRWIN COHEN 

CINCINNATI, OHIO 

Z B T, T K I 

Secretary of Zeta Beta Tau, 3. 




S E M R S 



JANUARY GRADUATES 



ADELBERT BEARD CONLEY, JR. 

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 

n K A 

Commerce Club. 3; Glee Club, 3, 



RICHARD EARLE COOKE 

GRANDVILLE, MICHIGAN 

* B K, <I> H 1, B r I 

Forensic Union, I: Commerce Club, 3, 4; A.E.R.C. 



MALCOLM ARNOLD DEANS 

WE5TFIELD, NEW JERSEY 

i; -\, SAX 

Rlng-Tum-Phi, I, 2, 3, 4; Sports Editor. 3; Colu 
3. 4; Baseball, I. 3; Varsity St>ow, 3. 



JOSEPH FRANKLIN ELLIS, JR. 

CLARKSDALE, MISSISSIPPI 

X .\ E. * B K, o A K, S A X, * H S, 2 

Editor of Ring-Tum-Ptii. 4; President of Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. 4; Executive Committee. 4; President of Phi Eta 
Sigma, 3; Intei^raternity Council. 4; Publications Board, 
4; Vice-President of Christian Council. 3: Debate Coun- 
cil, I, 2. 3, Manager, 3; Graham-Lee Society, I. 2, 3, 
4; CALYX. I; Forensic Union. I. 2; Speaker, 2; Track, 
I; Lee Dinner Forum, I, 2, 3, 4; Cotillion Club; Wno's 
Who, U.S.N.R. 



JACK SEWELL EVANS 

GALVESTON TEXAS 



WILLIAM ALLEN FULLER 

SOUTH BOSTON, VIRGINIA 

ATA 

Glee Ciub. I; Societas. Praemedica; Army Medical Re 



LAWRENCE WERNER GALLOWAY 

TOWSON. MARYLAND 

A T A, A K 

Secretary of student Body, 4: Vice-President of Omicroi 
Delta Kappa; Chairman of Impartial Committee oi 
Rushing; Basketball. I, 2, 3; Lacrosse. I, 2, 3, 4, Co 
Captain, 4; Executive Committee, 2; Dance Floor Corr, 
mittee, 2, 3. 4; Cold Check Committee, 2; Who's Who 
Naval Reserve. 



ROBERT LAWRENCE GARSES 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 

* A e 

CALYX Business Staff, I; Cotillion Club; Troubadours, 




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JANUARY GRADUATES 



HIMAN BROWN HAWKS 

8ENNINGTON, VERMONT 
Glee Club, I, 2. 3. 



VINCENT ANTHONY IGNICO 

FAIRFIELD, OHIO 

■l> K X, T K 1 

A.E.R.C. 



GENE IRA KAUFMAN 

MOUNT VERNON, NEW YORK 



ROBERT FRANCIS MacCACHRAN 

CAMP HILL, PENNSYLVANIA 



Treasurer of Kappa Sigma. 3. 4; Southern Collegian 

Editorial Staff, 3; CALYX, I; Rlng-Tum-Phi, I, 2; Band, 

I, 2; Rifle Club, 3. 



LINTON FAIRFAX MURDOCK 

GLEN COVE, NEW YORK 

•h K 'I' 

Swimming, I, 2, 3; Track, 2; Cross-Country, 1; Cn 
Glee Club, I, 2; Cotillion Club. 



JACK CLARY MURRELL 

SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 

K A. n A N. 2 

Vice-President of Kappa Alpha; Glee Club, I; Ca 
Club, I; Commerce Club. 3, 4. 



RUSSELL HUGH NEILSON, JR. 

MADISON, NEW JERSEY 



CALYX, I; Rlng-Tum-Phi. 1; Band, I. 2. 3; Rifle Club, 
2; Crew, I, 2; Naval Air Corps Reserve. 



JOHN NEWTON PEEPLES 

VALDOSTA, GEORGIA 

i A E 

CALYX, I, 2. 3. Assistant Editor. 2, 3; Ring-Tum-Phi. 1; 

Cross-Country, I, 2, 3; Washington Literary Society; 

Forensic Union, I; Army Enlisted Reserve. 




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JANUARY GRADUATES 



EDWIN FLEMMING ROBB, JR. 

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 

+ K +, II Jl K 

CALYX, I, 2. 3, Business Manager, 4; Wrestling, I, 2, 
3, 4, Co-Captain. 4; Ring-Tum-Phi, 1. 2; Monogram Club: 
Forensic Union, I; Graham Lee Literary Society; Navy 



MELVIN HENRY SCHEPT 

UNION CITY, NEW JERSEY 

Z B T, X r e) 

Secretary of Zeta Beta Tau. 4; Societas Praemedica, 3 
4: Ring-Tum-PhI, I; Forensic Union 1; U.S.N,R V-7. 



EDWARD HOWARD SCHERR 

PETERSBURG. VIRGINIA 

* E n, * H r, xro 

President of Phi Epsilon Phi, 4, Treasurer, 3: President 
of Societas Praemedica, 4, Treasurer. 3; Vice-President 
of Ch! Gamma Theta, 4: Secretary-Treasurer of Inter- 
fraternity Council, 4: Freshman Assimilation Committee: 
Medical Administrative Corp. 



MARRION UPSHUR SCOTT 

GROSSE POINTE, MICHIGAN 



Vice-President of Societas Praemedica. 4: Swimming 
Team. I. 3; Crew. I: Glee Club, I. 2: Army Medical 



PHILIP ALLEN SELLERS 

MONTGOMERY ALABAMA 

•t> A e. 11 A N 

President of Phi Delta Theta. 4: Treasurer 3: Manage 

of Lacrosse. 3: Christian Council Executive Committee 

4: Freshman Camp Councilor. 3: A.E.R.C. 



RICHARD HANCE SHEPARD 

TULSA. OKLAHOMA 

i; A E. X r e 

Societas Praemedica: Ensign H-V-(P1. 
PAUL MASON SHUFORD 

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA 

* K 1 

House Manager of Phi Kappa Sigma; Interfraternity 
Council; Cheer Leader; Coxwain of Crew. I. 



SANDERS PERRY SIMMONS, III 

CATONSVILLE. MARYLAND 



Football. I. 2; Frosh Coach. 4; Marine Officers Training 
Corps. 




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SENIORS 



JANUARY GRADUATES 



ERNEST EDWARD SMITH 

STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK 

<!• K + 

Rlng-Tum-Phi; Freshman Wrestling Manager; Christii 
Council; Army Enlisted Reserve Corps. 



HERBERT GROOMS SMITH, JR. 

NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 

II K A 

150 lbs.. Football, I; Forensic Union, I; U.S.M.C.R. 



ARTHUR THOMPSON, JR. 

STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK 

II K .\ 

'ice-President of Pi Kappa Alpha; Interfraternity Coun- 
;ll, 4; Rlng-Tum.Phi, I, 2; Army Enlisted Reserve Corps. 



ROY LAWRENCE WHEELER 

MIDDLEPORT. NEW YORK 

* K 1, T K I, :: 

President of Phi Kappa Sigma, 4; Interfraternity Council. 

3. 4; Summer Executive Committee, 4; Finals Committee. 

4; Freshman Baseball; Cotillion Club; "13" Club. 



WILLIAM JENKINS WILCOX, JR. 

ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 

T K I, X r e 

Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager, 4. 

EDWIN ALBERT ZLNECKER, JR. 

MOBILE, ALABAMA 

/> B T, ■!• B K, * H I, i A X 

Editor of 1942 Freshman Handbook; President of Gra- 
ham-Lee Society. 3; Managing Editor of Ring-Tum-Phi, 
3; Vice-President of Zeta Beta Tau, 4; Secretary of As- 
similation Committee, 4; Secretary of Forensic Union, 2; 
English Departmental Scholarship, 3. 



MAY GRADUATES 

CHARLES CYRUSS ADAMS 

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 

•I' K £, T K I 

Business Staff of the Ring-Tum Phi, 4; President of 
Phi Kappa Sigma, 4; Naval Reserve. 



LILLARD McEWAN AILOR 

lOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE 

A T n, i K, S A X 

Track Captain, 4. Track, I, 2, 3, 4; President ot Mon- 
ogram Club, 4; House Manager of Alpha Tau Omega. 
4; Football, I, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling, I, 2, 3; Who's Who; 
Marine Reserve Corps. 



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MAY GRADUATES 



FREDERICK MILTON ALLEN 

KENOSHA, Wlscons- 

* K S 

Naval Reserve. 



EDWARD EARL ALVERSON 

DECATUR. ALABAMA 

K A, A K, 1 

President of Opening Dances, 4; President of Kappa 
Alpha, 4; Co-President of Cotillion Club, 4, Secretary- 
Treasurer, 3; Manager of Baseball, 4; Lightweight Foot- 
ball, 3; Interfraternity Council, 3, 4; Dance Board. 4; 
Dormitory Councilor, 3, 4; Interfraternity Council Schol- 
arship, 4; "13" Club; Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities; Army Air Corps Reserve. 



WILLIAM HENRY ARMSTRONG 

CHRISTCHURCH, VIRGINIA 

* B K, B r X, '^ H I 

Southern Collegian, 2, 3; Business Manager. 4; Debate 
I, 2; Lee Dinner Forum, 3, 4; Graham-Lee Literar- 
Society; Naval Reserve; President of Publications Board 



RICHARD EMANUEL BASILE 

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 
Wrestling, I, 2. 3; Geology Assistant, 4; Naval Reserve. 

FRANK ROSEBRO BELL, JR. 

CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA 

* K * 

Cheerleader, I, 2; Head Cheerleader. 3; Ring-Tum-Phi, 
I; Naval Reserve. 



JOHN PAUL BLAKELY 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 

X r e 

President of Science School, 4; Treasurer of Chi Gam 

Theta, 4; Forensic Union, I, 2; Graham-Lee Liters 

Society, 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club, I, 2. 



CALHOUN BOND 

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 

A T A, A K 

CALYX, I. 2, Editor, 3; Treasurer of Delta Tau Delta: 
Junior Manager of Swimming; Christian Council Execu- 
tive Committee, 2, 3; Debate Team, 2; RIng-Tum-Phi, I; 
Publications Board, 3, 4; Cotillion Club; "13" Club; 
Graham-Lee Society; Who's Who; Naval Reserve. 



ROBERT BIDWELL BRAINARD, JR. 

MIDDLETOWN, CONNECTICUT 



Rifle Club, 2; Camera Club, 2. 




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BATES WILLIAM BRYAN 

CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE 

* ^ e, A K. i: 

Vice-President of Student Body. 4; Chairman of Finance 
Committee of Student Body. 4; President of Phi Delta 
Theta. 4; Cotillion Club; "13" Club; President of Student 



RICHARD DOUGLAS BUTLER 

FREEPORT. NEW YORK 

n K *, n A X 

Senior Commerce President; Treasurer of Pi Kappa Phi. 
3; Glee Club, I. 2; Cotillion Club; Naval Reserve, 



HORACE JACKSON GARY. Ill 

KEARNEY, NEBRASKA 

.\ T i; 

White Friars. 

HENRY BOWEN CROCKETT 

ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 
ri K A. T K I 



ALBERT DARIUS DARBY, JR. 

MARTINSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA 

II K *. tl A K. S A X 

CALYX, 2, 3. Editor, 4; Wrestling Manager. 3, 4; P 
ident ot Pi Kappa Phi. 3; Assimilation Committee, 
Publications Board, 4; Christian Council, I. 2. 3. 4; Class 
Vice-President, 2; Ring-Tum-Phi. I, 2. Sports Editor, 3 
Secretary of Sigma Delta Chi, 4; Handbook Sports 
Editor. 2; White Friars; Who's Who in American Col 
leges; Vice-President of Publications Board, 4; Vice 
President of Omicron Delta Kappa, 4; Acting Busines! 
Manager of Calyx, 4. 



JAMES HERMAN DAVES, JR. 

BLANCHE, TENNESSEE 

X X, A K, n A X 

President of Finals Dances, 4; Vice-President of Dance 
Board, 4; President of Sigma Nu. 4; Football, I. 2, 3, 
4; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; 



BEN WEILLE DITTO 

PADUCAH, KENTUCKY 

I X. T K I 

President of Sigma Chi, 4; Football. I; Track. I. 2; 
White Friars; "13" Club; Cotillion Club. 



THOMAS MORGAN DODD 

BELMAR, NEW JERSEY 

* K * 

CALYX, I. 2, 3; Swimming, I; Troubadours, I; Naval 
Reserve. 




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GEORGE ROBERT ESHELMAN 

DECATUR, ILLINOIS 

* r i 

;asurer of Phi Gamma Delta, 3, 4; Baseball, I, 2, 3: 
sketbali, I, 3: Ring-Tum-Phi I. 2: Naval Reserve V-7. 



URIAH GREY FLOWERS, JR. 

VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI 

* K S 

Glee Club, 2; Rinq-Tum-Phl, I, 2. 



SAMUEL JOHN GRAHAM, JR. 

FAR ROCKAWAY, NEW YORK 

<(> K +, A K 

Cross-Country, I 2, 3, 4, Captain, I, 3, 4; Wrestling 
I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captaln, I, 4; Virginia State A, A. U. 
121-Pound Wrestling Champion: Southern Conference 
Wrestling Champion, 121 Pound. 2: Monogram Club; 
Track, 3, 4: Varsity Show, 3. 



JOHN MALLORY HACKNEY, JR. 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 

K S 

150-lb. Football. 3; Vice-President of Senior Ac 
Class; President of Finals. 4. 



WILLIAM CABRILLO HAMILTON 

HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND 



JOHN BRUCE HANDY 

WASHINGTON. D C 

n K * 

Glee Club, 1; Rifle Team, I, 2. 



RICHARD JAMES HOUSKA 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

.\ X A, 2 A X, n A N. T K I 

Assimilation Committee. 4; Sports Publicity Editor; Track. 
I, 2; Cross-Countrv, 3; Cotillion Club; Ring-Tum-Phi, 
I, 2; Managing Editor, 3; Southern Collegian, I, 2. 3. 



BEVERLY THOMAS FITZPATRICK 

ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 

K 2. A K, S 

President of 1943 Fancy Dress; President of Kappa 
Sigma, 3; President of Dance Board, 4; Student Rep- 
resentative on Athletic Council, 4; "13" Club; White 
Friars, Secretary. 3; Interfraternity Council, Secretary, 
3; Football, I, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club; Who's Who. 




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MELVIN CARL JOHNSON 

BELAIR, MARYLAND 

<l> K 1 

Football, 2: Baseball. I, 2, 3; Southern Collegians, 3; 
White Friars. 



ROBERT FRANCIS JOHNSON 

BEDFORD, VIRGINIA 

•l> U K, * H S 

Forensic Union, I; Debate, I; Washington Literary So- 
cietv, I, 2. 3; CALYX. 2, 3; James McDowell Scholar- 
ship, 3. 



JOHN CRAIG KAMMERER 

PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY 

Band, I; Glee Club, 1; Christian Council, I. 2, 3; South- 
ern Collegian Business Staff, 3; Secretary of Sophomore 
Class; Secretary of Senior Academic Class; Secretary, 
2, Athletic Director, 3. of Non-Fraternity Union. 



HARRY CLYDE KELLER 

SPENCERVILLE, MARYLAND 

1 \, 1 A X 

President of Sigma Delta Chi, 4; Ring-Tum-Phi, 2, 3, 

4; Track, I. 2, 3; Vice-President of White Friars 3; "13" 

Club, Secretary-Treasurer, 4. 



HOUSTON MAGILL KIMBROUGH 

SPOKANE, WASHINGTON 

B e n, * B K. * H 2, X r e 

Dormitory Councilor, 3, 4; Swimming, I; White Friars; 
Physics Departmental Scholarship, 2; Naval Reserve. 



JAMES GAMELIN LAPLANTE 

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 

■!> K 'I' 

President of Phi Kappa Psi; Ring-Tum-Phi," I, 2, 3, Circu- 
lation Manager, 3; Interfraternity Council, 4; Business 
Staff of Troubadours, 1; Manager of Tennis, 3; White 
Friars; Naval Reserve; Calyx Business Manager, 4. 



HAROLD WILLARD LAUGHLIN 

CHEVY CHASE, MARYLAND 

n K * 



RAYMOND GORDON LONG 

RUXTON, MARYLAND 

•l> K Z 

Lacrosse, I, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4. 




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PORTER THOMPSON H. McCAULEY 

WINNETKA. ILLINOIS 

n K A 

Glee Club, 3, 4. 



JAMES EARLE McCAUSLAND 

LYNCHBURG. VIRGINIA 

:; .\ 

Glee Club. 3; Troubadours. 3; Treasurer of Sigma Chi, 
4; Naval Reserve. 



WILLIAM McCOY, JR. 

FRANKLIN, WEST VIRGINIA 
n K A 

Forensic Union. Ring-Tum-Phi, 2; Army Air Corps 



JOHN WEBSTER McGEHEE, JR. 

REIDSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 

Ben, "frBK, xre 

Chi Gamma Theta, 2, 3; President. 4; Lee Dinner Forun 
I, 2, 3; Christian Council, 2. 3; Freshman Council. I. 



WILLIAM CHARLES McGRAW, JR. 

WEBSTER GROVES. MISSOURI 

K A 

Ring-Tunn-Phi. I; Glee Club, i; Marine Reserv 



WILLIAM CAMERON McLAREN 

WINNETKA, ILLINOIS 

Forensic Union, I; Washington Literary Society, 4; 
Band, 4. 



KENNETH RENE MERRILL 

CRANFORD. NEW JERSEY 

* r A 

nterfraternity Council. 2; White Fri, 



ROBERT LEE MICHAEL 

JACKSON, OHIO 

Ben 

Forensic Union, I; Glee Club. 1. 2. 



BARTON WISTAR MORRIS 

ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 



President of Kappa Sigma; Tennis, I, 2, 3, 4; Ring- 
Tum-Phi. I, 2; Cotillion Club; Army Reserve. 




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CORNEAL BERNARD MYERS, JR. 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

•!■ K ^, <[■ a K. 11 A K, ■!' II I 

President of Publication Board, 4; Initiator and Chair- 
man of Charity Chest, 4; Treasurer of Phi Kappa Sigma; 
Washington Literary Society, Vice-President, 2; Pres- 
ident, 4; Ring-Tun-Phi, I, 2, 3; Business Manager, 4; 
Dormitory Councilor, 3; Freshman Camp Councilor, 3; 
Who's Who in American Colleges; Executive Committee, 
4. 

MORRISON RAY NELSON 

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 

* K +, '1< B K, n A K, I, T K I, 71 .\ N, * H i: 

Executive Committee. 4; Assimilation Committee, 3; 

Basketball, I; Manager, 3, 4; Crew, 2; Treasurer of Phi 

Kappa Psi, 3, 4; "13" Club, 

WILLIAM JOSEPH NOONAN, JR. 

PENSACOLA, FLORIDA 

1 A E, (j A K. ■!• H 1 

Washington Literary Society, Secretary-Treasurer, 2; 
President, 3; President of Phi Eta Sigma, 4; Forensic 
Union. I, 2; Commerce Club; Treasurer of Charity Chest; 
Secretary of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 3; Christian Council, 
Treasurer, 3, President 4; Freshman Camp Councilor, 4; 
Ring-Tum-Phi, I, 2. Sports Editor, 3; Golf, I, 2, 3, 4; 
Captain, 3, 4; Freshman Swimming; Lee Dinner Forum, 
2, 3, 4; Naval Reserve; Vice-President and President of 
Student Body, 4; President of Omicron Delta Kappa, 4. 

RICHARD DANIEL NORDEN 

NEW YORK, NEW YORK 

* E n, X r o 

Vice-President of Senior Science School; CALYX, I 2. 
JAMES SIDNEY PARSONS 

LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA 



Secretary of Sc 



School. 



GEORGE WARREN PRIEST 

DAYTON, OHIO 

•}> A H 

Secretary of Sophomore Class; Swimming Team, I, 2, 
3, 4. 

DONALD LEO RICHARDSON 

DETROIT MICHIGAN 
A r 

Christian Council, 3, 4; Vice-President of Delta Upsilon, 
3; Treasurer, 4; Swimming Team, 3; White Friars. 

I. V. RUNYAN 

MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE 

K 1, X r e 

Track I; Crew, 2; Christian Council, I, 2, 3, 4; Com- 
merce Club, Secretary, 3; Dormitory Councilor, 3. 

FRANCIS RISDON RUSSELL 

OLD HADLEY, MASSACHUSETTS 

A T 

Football, I, 2; Wrestling, I; Glee Club. I, 2; Christian 

Council, I. 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee of Christian 

Council. 



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CHARLES THOMAS SARDESON 

NEW YORK, NEW YORK 

<[> K + 

Track Manager, 4; Rmg-Tum-Ph;. I. 2, 3; Forensic Union 
I; Chrrstian Council, I. 2. 3, 4; Graham-Lee Society, 



WILLIAM KEARNEY SEVIER 

MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE 

* r A 

Lightweight Football, 3; Glee Club, I. 2; Secretary of 
Phi Gamma Delta. 

ALLEN JETT SHARITZ 

WYTHEVILLE, VIRGINIA 

II K <!> 

Golf, 2: Tennis. 1; Interfraternity Council, 4; Ctiristlan 
Council, I, 2, 3, 4. 

JOHN CARPENTER SHERRARD 

PORT DEPOSIT, MARYLAND 



LEO JAMES SISNAIGO 

WELCH, WEST VIRGINIA 

n K A 

Basketball. I, 2, 3. Captain, 4: President of Spring 

Dances. 4; President of Pi Kappa Alpha, 4; Cotillion 

Club; ■■|3" Club, A.E.R.C. 

KENELM LAWRENCE SHIRK, JR. 

LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA 

A X .\, * B K, S A X, n A X 

Ring-Tum-Phl. I. Desk Editor. 2; News Editor. 3; Wash- 
ington Literary Society; Christian Council. Secretary of 
Forensic Union; Vice-President of Sigma Delta Chi. 

JAY ARMAND SILVERSTEIN 

CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE 

Z B T, * B K, n A K, <t> H 1, B 1' 1 

Executiye Committee, 4; President of Zeta Beta Tau, 4 
Interfraternity Council, 4; Cotillion Club; Track. I. 2 
3. 4; Treasurer of Christian Council. 4; Vice-President of 
Junior Class; Rifle Team. I; Business Manager of Var- 
sity Show. 3. 

ROSCOE BOLAR STEPHENSON 

COVINGTON, VIRGINIA 

* K S, T K I, S 

Forensic Union, Lightweight Football, 3; Varsity Foot- 
ball 4; A.E.R.C. 



JAMES STANLEY SUTHERLAND, III 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

■t r A, T K I 

Ring-Tum-Phi, I, 2. 3. Promotion Manager, 3; Interfra- 
ternity Council, 3; Troubadours; CALYX, I; Historian of 
Phi Gamma Delta. 3. 4. 





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MAY GRADUATES 



RALPH SCOTT TAGGART 

DOWNERS GROVE, ILLINOIS 

n R II 

Vice-President of Beta Theta Pi; Secretary of Senior 

Commerce School; Tennis. I. 2, 3, 4; CALYX Staff, I, 

2, }; Commerce Club, 3, 4; Forensic Union, I; Rifle 

Club, 2, 3; Army Air Corps Reserve. 

JAMES CARROLL WALKER 

GREENVILLE, TEXAS 

s X, n .\ \ 

Interfraternity Council, 3, President, 4; Vice-President of 

Pi Alpha Nu, 3; Track Manager; Cotillion Club, 3, 4; 

Evecutive Committee Summer. I?42; Who's Who. 



WILLIAM ARTHUR WEBSTER, JR. 

MEIvlPHIS, TENNESSEE 

A T A, T K I 

Swimming Team. I. 2. 3, 4, Captain. 4; Assimilation 

Committee, 4; Glee Club, I; Monogram Club; Cotillion 

Club; Commerce Club. 



CURTIS ROBERT WELBORN, JR. 

WINNETKA, ILLINOIS 

n K •!■ 

CALYX, I; Glee Club, I; Freshman Camp Councilor. 3; 
A.E.R.C. 

LESTER ROBERT WELLER, III 

INTERLAKEN, NEW JERSEY 

<l> K '1' 

CALYX Business Staff; Track, I, 2, 3; Troubadours, Naval 
Reserve V-7. 

EDMOND DANIEL WELLS, JR. 

CHESTER, SOUTH CAROLINA 

1 .\, ■!> n 1 

President of Band, 3; Golf Team, I, 2. 

JAMES WILLIAM WHEATER 

dRIDGETON. RHODE ISLAND 



Football, I, 2, 3. 4; Baseball, I, 2, 3,. 4; Marine Reserve 
Corps, 

WILLIAM STILWELL WILCOX 

ELBERTON, GEORGIA 

<I> B K. X r H 

Debate Team, I; Glee Club, I, 2; Dorm Council, 3; Val- 
edictorian. 

JOHN EDWARD ZOMBRO, JR. 

BOYCE, VIRGINIA 

T K I 

President of Non Fraternity Union; Secretary-Treasurer of 

Tau Kappa lota, 4; Baseball, I; Basketball, I; Dorm 

Councilor. 3, 4; Dance Committee, 4; Secretary of 

Student Body. 4. 



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Seal, Taylor, Johnson and McKelway 



OFFICERS 



ROBERT BAIRD TAYLOR President ROBERT HUTCHESON SEAL . . 

CLARENCE FREEMAN JOHNSON, JR Vice-President WILLIAM PRENTISS McKELWAY 



Secretary 

Executive Committeeman 







JUNIORS 

AUGUST, 1943, GRADUATES 

FREDERICK W. BAUER Kent, Conn. 

X r 9, T K I 

Swimming, I, 2; Cross-Country, I; Baseball, I ?; Dormitory 
Councilor, 2, 3: Assistant Head Councilor, 3. 

JAMES F. BERRY Alexandria. Va. 

r X, X r t1 

Cotillion Club, 2, 3; Interfraternity Council, 2, 

A. LEON CAHN Meridian. Miss. 

Z II T. 1 A X 

Tennis, I; Forensic Union I; Ring-Tum-Phi I 2 3- Band 
I, 2, 3; House tylanager of Zeta Beta Tau, 2. 

HERMAN M. CARR, JR Gadsden. Ala. 

IS e II 

Wlilte Friars, Army Enlisted Reserve. 

C. LYNCH CHRISTIAN. JR Lynchburg, Va. 

ATA 

President of Delta Tau Delta 3; CALYX Business Staff, I, 2, 
3; Swimming; Cotillion Club. 

CHARLES J. DEVINE, JR Norfolk, Va. 

A T a. X r e 

Secretary of Alpha Tau Omega. 2; Societas Praemedica, 

2, 3; Camera Club, I 2, Vice-President, 2; Football, I 2, 

3: Naval Reserve. 

EDWARD F. DEVOL. JR Louisville. Ky. 

A T 1! 

Southern Collegian, I; House Manager of Alpha Tau Omega 
2; Army Enlisted Reserve. 

EDMUND A. DONNAN, JR Columbus. Ohio 

* K * 

CALYX, 2; Graham-Lee Literary Society; White Friars. 

RICHARD C. EGLIN Shreveport, La. 

K A 

Cotillion Club. 2, 3; Tennis Manager, 3; "13" Club. 

LEON GARBER Batesburg, S. C. 

* E n. T K I 

Treasurer of Phi Epsilon Pi; Tennis I; CALYX, I, 2; Cotillion 
Club. 

WILLIAM B. GEISE. JR Kingston. Pa. 

K 2 

Glee Club, 2; CALYX, 3; Army Enlisted Reserve. 

WILLIAM B. GUTHRIE Petersburg, Va. 

<1> H 1 

Christian Council; Glee Club I; Dormitory Councilor; Dance 
Floor Committee, 3. 

ROBERT P. HALEY Palnnyra, N. J. 

2 N 

Track Manager, 3. 

ROBERT J. HILTABRAND Bloomington, III. 

'I' r A 

JAMES M. HUTCHESON, JR Richmond. Va. 

* K 1, i;. n A N 

Cotillion Club; Societas Praemedica; Tracl<. I; Football. 

3- CALYX, 2; Ring-Tum-Phi I; Vice-President of Student 

Body, 3. 

CLARENCE F, JOHNSON, JR Dalton, Ga. 

B e II, X r e 

Cotillion Club; White Friars; "13" Club; Vice-President of 
Class. 3; Wrestling Manager; Ring-Tum-Phi, I, 2, 3; Sports 
Editor. ^■. Track, I; Christian Council. I; Executive Com- 
mittee I 2; CALYX, I; Forensic Union, I; Speaker, 2; Inter- 
fraternity Council; Societas Praemedica. 

JOHN P. JORDAN Mansfield. La. 

K A 

LOUIS E. JOREL Paramus, N. J. 

2 N, * H 1 

White Friars; Vice-President of Class, 2; Southern Col- 
legians; Baseball Manager, 3; University Band, I. 



J U M R S 

AUGUST, 1943, GRADUATES 

FRANCIS W. LOWRY Tallahassee, Fla. 

K A, •!> B K 

WILLIAM P McKELWAY Washinqton, D. C. 

A r ^, U A K, n A X. X 1' 

Pre-Med Society; ■■|3" Club: Who's Who; Baseball I. 2; 
Football, 3; Swimming, I, 2; Naval Reserve; Executive Com- 
mittee, 3. 

HAVEN W. MANKIN Chevy Chase. Md 

■!■ K *. X r e 

Christian Council, 1, 2; Cotillion Club; Ring-Tum-Phi Busi- 
ness Staff I, 2; Glee Club, I, 2 3; Naval Medical Reserve 
Corps; Societas Praemedica, 2, 3, 

VERNON B, MILLSAP Evergreen, Ala. 

K 1, (I A K, 1 

President of Sophomore Class; President of Kappa Sigma, 
3- Alternate Manager of Basketball, 3; Dance Board, 2; 
Costume Manager of Fancy Dress. 3; Wrestling. I; Cotillion 
Club; Secretary-Treasurer White Friars; Christian Council. 
I, 2, 3; Ring-Turn. Phi, I, 2; President of Spring Dances, 3. 

GRANT EARL MOUSER, III Marion. Ohio 

* r A 

Evecufive Committee 2; Assimilation Committee, 3; Cotil- 
llan Club- President of Freshman Council, Freshman Basket- 
ball. Naval Reserve. 

BERTRAM J. MYERS Norfolk, Va. 

Z B T 

Forensic Union; Cotillion Club. 

WILLIAM F. NOLL. JR Maplewood. N. J- 

K 1 

House Manager o! Kapoa Sigma, 3; Glee Club, I, 2 3,: 
A.E.R.C. 

DONALD PUTMAN. JR Ashland. Ky. 

Ben 

CHARLES L. RAST. JR Sv<ansea, S. C. 

K 1. * H 1 

Societas Praemedica; Glee Club. I. 2. 3; Band. I. 2. 

CHARLES E, SAVEDGE Richmond. Va, 

A X A 

Forensic Union I- Graham-Lee I. 2; Camera Club. 1; White 
Friars; CALYX. I. 2. 3; Troubadours. 3; Navy Reserve. 

HENRY H. SCHEWEL Lynchburg. Va. 

4< E n. * H 1 

GORDON L. SIBLEY, JR Glencoe, III. 

ATA 

Managing Editor of RIng-Tum-Pni. 3; Varsity Golf. 2. 3; 
Southern Collegians. 2, 3. 

LAWRENCE C. SULLIVAN, JR Blackstone. Va. 

A T A. * H i 

White Friars. Freshman Football Manager. CALYX. I; 
Ring-Tum-Phi. I; Vice-President of Freshman Council. Vice- 
President of Christian Council. 

WILLIAM R. TALBOTT. JR Rockvllle. Md. 

K A 
Freshman Camp Councilor. 3; Ring-Tum-Phi. I. 2, Ealto-. 3. 

ROBERT B. TAYLOR Lynchburg, Va. 

A T '.;. 1 

President of Junior Class- Junior Manager of Basketball; "13" 
Club. Who's Who. A.E.R.C. 

WALTER B. VAN GELDER Washington. D. C. 

Ring-Tum-Phi I 2; Crew I; Art Editor of Southern Col- 
legian. 3; Graham-Lee Literary Society; Navy V-7. 

JOHN WEHNCKE Montclair, N. J. 

Glee Club. I. 2; Fencing. I, 2. 

DONALD D. WELCH Washington. D. C. 

ATA 
White Friars. 








J U M R S 

WILLIAM F. ALLISON Staler Island. N. Y. 

■!■ A II, 1 
Cotillion Club; Tennis; Basketball, I. 

WILLIAI^ W. BABCOCK Evanston. III. 

'I' K '!■ 

1501b, Football, 2; Varsity Football, 3; Swimming, I, 2, 3, 

CLARENCE E. BALLENGER, JR Spartanburg, S. C. 

II K .\, 1 

Christian Council; Basketball, !, 2, 3; Tennis, I, 2, 3. 

PAUL D, BARNS, JR Miami, Fla, 

Deans List, I, 2; House Manager of Sigma Nu. 3. 

JOHN L. BARRETT Spokane, Wash. 

I A K 

Marine Corps Reserve, 

MALCOLM C, BINDON Arlington. N. J. 

Marine Corps Reserve, 

ALBERT F. BREITUNG Port Jefferson, N. Y. 

1 X 

Business Staff CALYX, I, 

CHARLES W. BRODERS Rochester, Minn. 

'I' K '!■ 
Soc.etas Praemedica. 

EARLE P, BROWN Freeport, Long Island, N. Y. 

II K 'I', T K I 

Wtiite Friars; Cotillion Club; Track I, 2 3; Cross-Country 

I 2; Southern Collegian, 2 3; Interfraternity Council, I 2; 

Varsity Show Committee, 2, 3; Naval Reserve; Publicity 

Direcror, 3; Baseball Manager, 3, 

WILLIAM B. BRYAN Paris, Ky. 

II K .\, II .\ .V 

C"t,llion Club; Basketball. 1, 2; A.E.R.C. 

G. EDWARD CALVERT Lynchburg, Va. 

H .\, T K I 

JOHN B. CANCELMO Cynwyd, Pa. 

A T, II A X 

Pre-Medical Society; V-7 Naval Reserve. 

ASHBY R. CARVER Monfross, Va. 

1 X 

v'icc President of Sigma Nu. 3 

WALLACE E. CLAYTON Cranbury. N. J. 

1 X, i: A X 

Rino-Tum.Phi 2' Southern Collegian Editor, 3; Naval Reserve 
V-7. 

KENNETH L, COGHILL Charleston. W. Va. 

K 1, X r B 

Christian Council, 3; Glee Club, I. 2, 3; Wnite Friars; Crew, 

JAY D, COOK. JR Swarthmore. Pa. 

I .\ i;, II A X 

Baskeloall, I; Baseball, I, 2; Football, I, 3. 

J. WITHERS DAVIS Paris, liy. 

ir K A 

Glee Club, 2 3; Southern Collegian, 3; Troubadours, 3; Army 
Enlisted Reserve Corps. 

DAVID R. EMBRY Houston, Te«. 

K 1, 'h H j; 

Cotillion Club; Dorm Councilor; Vice-President of Kappa 
Sigma; Wrestling, I, 2. 




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C.-tillion Club; Wrestling; Air Corps R-s:--. ■. 

ROBERT EWING West Hartford. Conn. 

1 .\. T K I 

House Manager of Sigma Nu; Glee Club, I; Interfraternity 

Council. 2. 3; 150-lb. Football Manag:-. 2, 

KENDALL K, FISH Tampa, Fla 



JOHN G FOX Anstcd. W Va 

Football. I. 2. 3. 

ROBBINS L. GATES Waynesboro, Va 

<^ K i; 

Ring-Tum-Phl, 1; Washington Literary Society. 

JAKtES P. OILMAN 



East Bank, W. Va 



JOHN F. GINESTRA Beckley, W. 

<!■ r A 

President of White Friars. 3; "13" Club. 



JAMES M. GODWIN. JR. 



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lluefleld. W. Va 



ol. Va 



FRANK GOODPASTURE. JR 

;,., no 2; "13" Club, 

RICHMOND H. HAMILTON Richmond. Va 

I X 

White Friars; 150-lb. Football; V-7. 



JAMES W. HARMAN, JR. 



Taiewcll Va, 



K .V 



Debate Team, 2. 3; Manager, 3. 
LEON HARRIS. JR Anderson, S. C. 

A •[' <;, X r t1 

Cotillion Club; Basketball. I. 2. 3, 

RICHARD LEWIS HEARD Danville, Va. 

K 1 
Band, I, 2. 3; Vice-President of French Club, I; Army Re- 

ROBERT ATKINSON HITE Honolulu, Hawaii 

II K .\ 



CLIFTON RODES HOOD Leiand, Miss. 

1 A E 

Cotillion Club; Christian Council, 2; Secretary-Treasurer of 
Cotillion Club, 2; Manager of 150-lb. Football, 2. 

EWING SLOAN HUMPHREYS, JR Atlanta. Ga. 

'!■ A e, n A X, T K 1 

Captain of Fencing, 2. 

CHARLES B, JACKSON Alton, Ml, 



FRANK NICHOLS JARVIS Columbus, Ohio 

1! H II II A X 
A,E.R.C. 

JAMES STAFFORD JEFFERSON Larchmont, N. Y. 

I X 

Band, I, 2; Army Air Force. 




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J U M R S 

JOHN R JEFFREY Columbus. Ohio 

1 X, n A X 
United States Naval Reserve. 

HARRISON B. KINNEY Houlton, Me. 

T K r 

Southern Collegian. I, 2, 3; Glee Club, I; Souttiem Col- 
legians, 2, 3. 

LLOYD J. LANICH. JR Cumberland. Md, 

i; X 

Troubadours, I, 2. 3; Glee Club, 3. 

L. ADDISON LANIER Danville, Ky. 

Ben 

CotillioT Club, Air Force Enlisted Reserve. 
EDMUND P, LAWRENCE Pompton Lakes. N. J. 

<i' r A 

Football. I. 2, 3; Wrestling, 2; Southern Collegian Fresh- 
man Tennis. Marine Corps Reserve. 

EDWARD P. LYONS Little Rock. Ark. 

i; ,\, II .\ X, T K I 

JOHN NEWTON McCORMICK Louisville, Ky. 

1 .\ K 

Glee Club, 3; Christian Council, 3; Tennis, 2; Chapel Choir 
2; Marine Corps Reserve. 

WILLIAM MclNDOE. JR Roanoke, Va. 

<!> K * 

W. and L Glee Club, Transfer from Dickinson College. 

EUGENE R. MARABLE. JR Petersburg. Va. 

'h K 1, 1 

Business Staff of Ring-Tum-Phi; 'O" Club. 

EDMUND W. MARX New Britain, Conn. 

* K * 

Football, 2; Army Air Corps Reserve. 

ROBERT C. MEHORTER Maplewood, N. J. 

1 A E 

Football, I, 3; Band. I 2; Treasurer of Sigma Alpha Ep- 
sJon, 3: Swimming, I, 2; Baseball, I, 2; Marine Corps Re- 

WILLIAM R. MILLER. Ill Richmond, Va. 

K A 

Naval Reserve. 

ROBERT H. MOORE. JR Bluefield. W. Va. 

i A E, T K I 

Lee Dinner Forum, 3; CALYX, I, 2, 3; Washington Literary 
Society, 3; Forensic Union, I; Navy V-7. 

WILLIAM P. NICHOLSON Atlanta, Ga. 

1 A E 

White Friars. 

WILLIAM H, OAST. JR Portsmouth. Va. 

K A, n A X 

Marine Corps Reserve. 

JAMES H. O'CONNOR Baltimore. Md. 

A T A, It H I 

Lacrosse Team, 2; Graham-Lee Literary Society; Glee Club, 

I, 2. 

WALTER S. POPE Haddonfield. N. J. 

* K *, T K I 

Track, I. 2; Navy V-7. 

BYRON P. REDMAN. JR Columbus. Ohio 

B e n. n A X 

JOHN F. ROEHL Erie. Pa. 

1 X 

Football, Basketball, Track. 



JUNIORS 

FREDERICK B. ROWE Waterbury. Conn. 

Wrestling, I, 3; Crew, 1; Christian Council. 

JOHN N. RYAN Louisa. Kv. 

T K I, K 'l> K 

President of Kappj Ptii Kappa, 3; Rifle Cluh, I, 2. 

STANLEY E. SACKS Norfolk, Va 

Z B T 

Ring-Tum-Phi, I; Forensic Union, I. 

ROBERT H. SEAL Lexington, Va. 

Souttiern Collegian, I. 3; Secretary of Class, 3; Secretary 

of Non-Fraternity Union, 3; Cfiristian Council, I, 2, 3; Board 

(viember, 3; Army Enlisted Reserve. 

ROY B. SIMMONS Catonsville, Md. 

<!' K i; 

Football, I; Tennis, I. 

WILLIAM G. SIZEMORE Clarksville, Va. 

1 X, O A K, 1 

Cotillion Club; Football Manager, 3; President of Sigma 

Nu 3- Baseball I 2, 3; Athletic Council; Freshman Camp 

Councilor. 

ROBERT E, SMITHERMAN Shreveport. La. 

K A 

DAVID T. SNELL Lancaster, S. C. 

X r H 

JAMES C. STANFIELD Paris, III. 

ri K A, IT A X 

Troubadours, 2, 3; President, 3; President of Pi Alpha Nu, 3. 

JOHN H. STANSFIELD Worcester, Mass 

A T 
White Friars; Army Air Corps. 

ALLAN F. TURNER Hampton, Va. 

II K -I" 

Band, I, 2, 3; Cross-Country Manager, 3. 

WILLIAM B. VAN BUREN Plainfield, N. J. 

Baseball, I, 2; Glee Club, I. 2; Naval Reserve. 

LLOYD L. WARD, JR BIytheville, Ark. 

1 A E, T K I 

Army Enlisted Reserve. 

RICHARD S. WATSON .... Bellaire, Long Island, N. Y. 

II K '1' 

CALYX, 2, 3; Sports Editor, 3; Southern Collegian, 3; Lee 

Dinner Forum, I 2 3; Christian Council, I, 2, 3; Glee Club, 
i; Historian of Pi Kappa Phi. 

JAY N. WEMPLE Hollywood, Calif. 

X r e 

Band, I, 2; Cross-Country. I. 

SAMUEL C. WILLIAMS Lexington, Va. 

Football, I, 3. 

CULLEN F. WIMMER Waverly, Va. 

1 A X 

JAMES E. WITHROW St. Louis, Mo. 

X X 

GEORGE T. WOOD Louisville, Ky. 

A T 0, A K, T K I 

President of Alpha Tau Omega; Freshman Assimulation Com- 
mittee, 3; Executive Committee, I; Basketball, I, 2, 3; White 
Friars, Vice-President, 3; Christian Council; Who's Who. 




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Crocken and Smith. 



OFFICERS 



LLOYD HOLLINGSWORTH SMITH. JR. 
ROBERT OSCAR CROCKETT, JR. . . . 



President 

Executive Committeeman 




SOPHOMORES 

EDWARD B. ADDISON Atlanta, Ga. 

■^ A a T K 1 

JOHN E. AMIS. JR Oklahoma City, Okla. 

+ r A 

HENRY S. ASHE Kaukauna, Wis 

i A V. 

JOHN B. ATKINS, JR Shreveport, La. 

•I' A U 

HERBERT M. AYRES Tarrytown, N. Y. 

<|. K <l' 

JOE H. SAGLEY Fayetteville. Tenn. 

1 A V. 

EMMETT W. BARGER, JR Waynesboro, Va. 

A I' A, White Friors 

RICHARD E. BARTLEBAUGH . . . Springfield, Oliio 
H II, •!■ It I 

E. LOVELL BECKER Cincinnati, Chic 

I! e II 

ROBERT N. BERRY Oklahoma City, Okla. 

1 \ 

GEORGE T. BIRD Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 

•I' K 'I- 

EDWARD J. BLANKEN Maplewood, N. J. 

RALPH H. BOOKMYER Detroit, Mich. 

•I' L A, 11 A \, Cotillion Club 

GEORGE H. BOWERS Terra Haute, Ind. 

.\ X .\ 

HENRY G. BRENNEMAN, JR. . Lawrenceville, N. J. 

'1' K T, White Friars 

HARRY F. BROWN, JR Swarthmore, Pa. 

A T A, 11 A N 

JOHN B. BURGER Staten Island, N. Y. 

•1' A t) 

ROBERT E. BURRISS, III Anderson, S. C. 

.\ .X A 

PAUL R. BYRD Belle Haven, Va. 

K X, 11 A N 

STANDROD T. CARMICHAEL . . Bowling Green, Ky. 

■!• A I), 1 A X, T K I 

WALTER L. CARSON, JR Richmond, Va. 

K A 

JOHN H. CASEY Mount Vernon, III. 

1 X, Cotillion Club. 

ROBIN W. CHAMNESS Kayford, W. Va. 

A T A 

JOHN H. CHURCHWELL, JR. . . Jacksonville, Fla 
'^ A ft, II A N 




SOPHOMORES 

DAVID CLARK Lincolnton. N. C. 

•!■ A O, Cotnimn Club. 

JARED A. CLOSE Cleveland Heights, Ohio 

A T II A X, Cotillion Club. 

RICHARD L. CORBIN Johnstown. Pa. 

A T A 

FRED R. COTTRELL Prestonsburg, Ky, 

\ X A, II A X 

HERBERT L. COVER Elkton, Va. 

I X 

JOHN L. CRIST, JR Charlotte, N. C. 

A r A 'I' n i;, X r tl, white Friars. 

WILLIAM C. CRITTENDEN . . Birmingham, Ala 
'I' A II "I- H 1, X r l> 

ROBERT O. CROCKETT, JR Tazewell, Va. 

K A, (I A K, 'l> H 1, II A .\. Cotillion Club. 

WILLIAM A. DAVIDSON Chicago, III. 

11 K A, II A X 

LANDON A. DOWDEY, II Baltimore, Md. 

.\ X .\ 

W. WALLACE DUTTON. JR Baltimore, Md. 

K r 

CHARLES E. ELDRIDGE Winnetka, 111. 

II K '1' 

EDWARD B. EVANS Richmond, Va. 

'!• r A. II A X 

HUGH M. FIGGATT, JR Wilmington, Del. 

2: X 

EDGAR D. FINNEY Greenwich, Conn. 

A X A, White Friars, Cotillion Club. 

DAVID W. FOERSTER Jacksonville, Fla. 

'!> A e, T K I 

THOMAS M. FRENCH Fort Worth, Tex. 

K .\ 

WALTER E. FRYE Marlboro, Mass 

* K 'I' 

WILLIAM R. GAINES Lexington, Va. 

A 1' A 

HOWARD K. GIBSON Chicago, III. 

1! e II 

ROBERT T. GOLDENBERG . . . Parkersburg, W. Va. 

* E II 

JACK GONZALES New York, N. Y. 

1 X 

EDWIN J. GORMAN Belleville, N. J. 

II K A, 1 

CHARLES N. GROSVENOR Memphis, Tenn. 

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SOPHOMORES 

JOHN M GUNN, JR Montgomery. Ala 

I \ 'I' II I II A N 

ARTHUR J. HACK. JR. . Merrick, Long Island. N.Y. 
II K ']', II A \ 

S. LAIRD HARMAN Tazewell. Va. 

II K A, White Frla'S 

DAVID W. HARING Rochester, N. Y. 

II K -I' 

HARRY HARNER Staunton. Va. 

A T <1 1 

A LINWOOD HOLTON. JR. , . Big Stone Gap. Va. 
n (1 II II \ \ 

KENNETH W. HOVERMALE Cheriton. Va. 

K 1, Cotillion Club. 

WILLIAM A, HOWLAND. JR Chicago. III. 

II K A, While F'lars. 

RUSSELL W INGHAM Hollywood. Fla. 

II K .\ 

ROBERT S IRONS Washington. D. C. 

K A, 'I- II i; 

ROBERT E. JACKSON Mount Airy. N. C. 

■I' K 1 l: A .\ II \ \ 

THOMAS H. JACKSON. JR Shreveport, La, 

.|. A II, 'I' II i 

ROBERT S JASTER Bay Village. Ohio 

'I' r A 

CHARLES M JOHNSON Birmingham. Ala. 

'I' A fi, 'I' II 1 

DAVID L, JONES Oak Park, III. 

:: X 

BENJAMIN M. KAPLAN Louisville. Ky. 

•I' K II, -l' II 1 

O. THOMAS KAYLOR. JR Hagerstown. Md. 

.|. K 'I 'I' II 1 Wnlte F'ij-s 

ROBERT 5. KEEBLER, JR. Chevy Chase, Md, 

■|. K 'I' 

BRUCE KEENER. Ill Knoxville. Tcnn. 

K .V 

WILLIAM J. KEERY Chevy Chase, Md. 

A T i; 

HARRY C KELLY Warrenton. Va. 

HENRY W. KELLY. JR Fairfax, Va. 

II K A 

JOHN T. KIBLER, JR Chestertown. Md. 

•h K 1 White Friars 

FREDERICK W. KIENDL, JR. . . Forest Hills, N. Y. 
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SOPHOMORES 

RICHARD A. KIMBALL Detroit, Mich. 

II K \ 

W. COURTNEY KING. JR Roanoke, Va. 

K 1 VV-ite Fn.i-s. 

JOHN T. LANIER. JR Forrest City, Ark. 

•!■ A II 

WALTER H. LEE Westmoreland Hills. Md. 

A T Q, White Friars. 

CHARLES E. LEWIS New York. N Y. 

A T A 

DICK M. LYKES Houston, Tex, 

K I Cotillion Club, 

S, ALLAN McAllister Atlanta. Ga- 

1 .\ i: X I' II Wiite Friars 

ELLIOTT H. McCAULEY WInnetka. III. 

II K A II ,\ .V \ K I 

DAVID D. McCLINTOCK Oak Park, III. 

1 X 

ROBERT B. McCUTCHEON Waban. Mass. 

■I- K 1 

MYRON J McKEE. JR Indianapolis, Ind. 

1 X 

ALFRED McKNIGHT. JR Fort Worth, Tex. 

K I, White Frii's, 

E. WEBSTER McLEOD, JR Decatur. Ala. 

1 .\ i; 

FLOYD W. McRAE, JR Atlanta, Ga. 

■h A 11 

ROBERT J. B. MAHON, JR Merion. Pa. 

K I 

FRANK MARKOE. JR Baltimore, Md. 

1 X, Cotillion Club. 

WESLEY C. MARSH Staunton, Va. 

A X A, White Frla'S 

CHARLES R. MARTIN San Marino, Calit 

1 .X 

JOHN F. MERTZ Willoughby, Ohio 

1 X, II A .\ 

JOHN M. MILLER. JR Richmond, Va. 

■|. K 1, II A .\, Cotillion Club. 

LAWRENCE G. MILLER. JR Richmond, Va. 

•h K 1, White Fria-s. 

ELLIS O, MOORE Pelham Manor, N Y. 

•h K '1'. II .\ .\ 

WILLIAM C. MOWRIS Rochester, N. Y 

I! O II, II .\ X 

WILLIAM H. NAYLOR Belleville, N. J. 

1 A V. 




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SOPHOMORES 

EVERETT W, NEWCOMB. JR Roselle. N, J. 

X X 

G, KINSSLEY NOBLE Enqlewood, N. J. 

A X A. T K I 

ROBERT E. NORMAN Elm Grove, W. Va. 

A T A 

E. GRAHAM NORTON Birmingham, Ala. 

•!• A II, 'I' II ^ 

NEIL NOVEMBER Richmond, Va. 

Z B i' 

MATHEW E. O'KEEFE Council Bluffs, la. 

K I, II A X 

ROBERT J. D'LEARY Ashland, Ky. 

A T A I A X, Cotillion Club 

HARRY H. ORGAIN, JR Clarksville, Tenn. 

■I' A 0, White Friars. 

PHILIP P. PAGE, JR Evanston, III. 

A X A, 'I' II 1 

JAMES A PHILPOTT Lexington, N. C. 

■[■ K + 

KENNETH G. PULLER .... Porf Washington, N. Y. 
A T A 

BRUCE CPUAYLE Freeport, N. Y. 

•^ H S 

LEE R. REDMOND, JR Cincinnati, Ohio 

A T A 

HUGH E. REAMS Toledo, Ohio 

Z X 

ROLAND C. RHEA Russellville, Ky. 

i A !■: 

WILLIAM V. RICHARDS. JR Dayton. Ohio 

1) e 11. White Friars. 

ROBERT E. RIDENHOUR Concord, N. C. 

i: X 

STEPHEN E. ROCKWELL .... North Haven, Conn. 

A T, Cotillion Club. 

CHARLES S. ROWE Fredericksburg, Va. 

A T A, 1 A X, II A N 

J. WILLIAM RUNYAN, JR Memphis, Tenn. 

K 1 

ELLIOTT S. SCHEWEL Lynchburg, Va. 

.|. !■: 11 Cotillion Club. 

WILLIAM H. SCHINDELL .... Hagerstown, Md. 
.\ X .\ 

JOHN D. SCHLOMER Harrisburg, Pa. 

■!■ K -I' 

PAUL B. SHAMHART, JR Long Island, N. Y. 

•I> II i 

ROBERT M. SHERWOOD Baltimore. Md. 

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SOPHOMORES 

SAM SILVERSTEIN, JR Charleston, W. Va. 

/ I! T 

CHADBOURNE B. SMITH . . . Webster Grove, Mo 

It H II 

GURDON H. SMITH Binghamton. N. Y. 

'!• A II, Cotillion Club. 

LLOYD H. SMITH, JR Easiey, S. C. 

A r A, (1 A K 'I' H 1, X 1' fl, Cotillion Club. 

LUCIUS S. SMITH Rome, Ga. 

•I' A O 

MILTON H. SMITH Louisville, Ky. 

'I' r A 

CHARLES C. STIEFF, II Baltimore, Md. 

r X. White Friars. 

CHARLES H. STONE Coatesvllle, Pa. 

•I' K t 

WILLIAM W. TATGENHORST Atlanta, Ga. 

1 .\, 11 .\ X 

ROBERT J. TAYLOR Toledo, Otiio 

^ X 

CHARLES B. TEBBS Washington, D. C. 

K A 

DICK H. TURLEY Chicago, III. 

A T A 

HENRY B. VANCE Chevy Chase, Md 

K A 

HOWARD W. VANDERBILT .... Rockaway N. J. 
A T v.. II A X 

HUGH T. VERANO Bluefield, W. Va. 

•l< V A, White Friars, Cotillion Club. 

EARL M. VICKERS Montgomery, W. Va. 

.V X A, II A X, Cotillion Club. 

ROBERT G. WALKER Lisbon, Ohio 

1 A K, White Friars. 

ROBERT E. WATKINS, JR Belmar, N. J. 

■i' K + 

ROY D. WITTE Manhasset, N. Y. 

II K ')-, Cotillion Club. 

JACK H. WOUTERS Maplewood, N. J. 

1 X 

GUY E. YASTE, JR Pensacola, Fla, 

1 A K 

JACK H. YORK Fort Worth, Tex. 

K S 

HENRY E. YOUNG Norwalk, Ohio 

1! e H 

JOSEPH M. ZAMOISKI Baltimore, Md. 

■!• i: II 

ALBERT V. ZIMMERMANN, JR. , Alexandria, La. 
K A 




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LAWYERS 



JESSE VV. BENTON, JR., ^ T Danville, Virginia 

JOHN W. BRAMMER Christiatiburq, Virginia 

BENJAMIN P. BROWN. JR Hinton, West Virginia 

JOHN D. RULEVICH, A X A 



ROBERT S. GUERRANT Callaway, Virginia 

JAMES J. NACCARATO Johnstown, New York 

ROBERT T. VAUGHAN, <I> B K South Boston, Virginia 

. . New Britain, Connecticut 



SENIORS 



CARLYLE W. BARRITT, * B K . . . . West Plttston, Pennsylvania 

GEORGE S. BARROWS Lexington, Virginia 

JOSEPH T. BOWIE, A T fi Washington, D. C. 

THEODORE R. CIESLA Garfield, New Jersey 

CLIFFORD DAY, JR., * K 2 Ferguson, Missouri 

NORMAN F. WYATT, <i> B K 



DOUGLAS F. FLEET, JR North Tazewell, Virginia 

DONALD E. GARRETSON, A T A. <I> B K . . . Winnetka, Illinois 

STEPHEN E. HANASIK, n K *, 2 Yonkers, New York 

ADOLFO N. LUINA Fajardo, Puerto Rico 

HUDSON C. MILLAR, JR., i' K >I' . . West Orange, New Jersey 
Petersburg, Virginia 



JUNIORS 



THOMAS D. AGNOR Lexington, Virginia 

W. HARRY BAUGHER, * K Z Baltimore, Maryland 

PAUL G. CAVALIERE New Britain, Connecticut 

ADOLPH W. CLARK Homestead Park, Pennsylvania 

FRANCIS J. Dl LORETO New Britain, Connecticut 

WILLIAM H. FURMAN, A X A ... McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

JAMES V. GILES Lynchburg, Virginia 

WILLIAM R. KRAUSMAN, H K * . . Niagara Falls, New York 

ALEXANDER H. WALKER, A T fi 



JAMES D. McLean, JR Paris Island, South Carolina 

LAWRENCE F. MANSFIELD Jacksonville, Florida 

GUY B. MERRITT Buena Vista, Virginia 

NORVELLE W. MOSES Lexington, Virginia 

THOMAS E. PETRIKEN Johnstown, Pennsylvania 

DAVID D. RUSSELL Portsmouth, Ohio 

EVERETT J. SCHNEIDER, JR., 2 N ... Princeton, New Jersey 

JOHN D. SCHOFIELD, K 2 Morrisville, Pennsylvania 

. , Wynnewood, Pennsylvania 



SOPHOMORES 



R. K. BILLINGSLEA, JR. * K 2 .... Westminster, Maryland 

F. R. BOUCHER New York, New York 

JAMES V. BRADLEY Lexington, Virginia 

JACK W. BRUGH Buena Vista, Virginia 

JACK J. DREYER, Z A E Orange, New Jersey 

OWEN R. EASLEY Martinsville, Virginia 

L. JOHN HAMMACK, JR Lawrence/ille, Virginia 

PETER M. HAZELL Winona, Minnesota 

JOHN M. KING, * A e Chattanooga, Tennessee 

ERWIN W. LATIMER. -I-AB Lakewood, Oh 

WILLIAM W. LINDSAY Fairfield, Vlrg 

JAMES S. McCOWN Lexington, Vlrg 

JOSEPH H. MAGEE Lexington, Vlrg 

A. LUDLAM MICHAUX. JR., <!• K Z ... Baltimore, Maryland 

ARTHUR V. MILONA Chelsea, Massachusetts 

JOSEPH P. MINGIOLI New York, New York 



TOM MOORE, JR., * A e ... Lookout Mountain, Tennessee 

LEE O. MORTZFELDT Cumberland, Maryland 

RAYMOND E, NORMAN, ATA . . Elm Grove, West Virginia 

WILLIAM M. OTTER, A T [2 Louisville, Kentucky 

J. A. QUISENBERRY Crimora, Virginia 

JOHN W. ROE Lansing, Michigan 

DAVID H. SMITH Arlington, Virginia 

GRADY M. STRICKLAND Clayton, Alabama 

JOHN F. TAYLOR Baltimore, Maryland 

HOWARD R. THAYER Evanston, Illinois 

WILLIAM H. TONEY, <1> A 6 Warren, Arkansas 

JACK E. WATSON Ambler, Pennsylvania 

COLLIER WENDEROTH, JR., <t A 6 ... Fort Smith, Arkansas 

F. R. D. WILLIAMS Setauket, New York 

JOHN I. WOOD, <!> K 2 Kansas City, Missouri 

BARRY WRIGHT, JR., ^AB Rome, Georgia 



THE F R E S H M l\ I C L U 8 




OFFICER 

GEORGE COOPER MORRIS, JR Executive Committeeman 



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FRESHMEN 

JOSEPH P. ADAMS Fort Mitchell, Ky. 

A T A 

FRANK G. ADDISON Washington, D. C. 

■!■ A G 

ROBERT R. AGNOR, JR Lexington, Va. 

JAMES B. ALEXANDER .... San Francisco, Calif. 
K A 

HUGH C. ALLEN Hurt. Va. 

ALDEN S. ANDERSON Lexington, Va. 

A X A 

DANIEL H. BALL ; Winnetka, III. 

A T A 

PAUL J. BATES Alexandria, Va. 

X X 

CLIFFORD B. BEASLEY, JR. . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
-I' A 

CHARLES E. BELCHER Bluefield, W. Va. 

1 A K 

FRANK A. BERRY, JR Nashville, Tenn. 

>)• A O 

WILLIAM D. BIEN Baltimore, Md. 

A '1' A 

MORTON BIGGER, JR Dallas. Tex. 

K A 

ROBERT M. BLAYDES Shreveport, La. 

'!• A 

ALLAN BAUER Waterboro, S. C. 

•!■ !•: n 

LITTLEBERRY J. BOXLEY, JR Roandke, Va. 

•I> K 1 

WILLIAM B. F. BOWMAN New York. N. Y. 

C. D. BRENNER Buffalo, N. Y. 

'I' K i: 

CHARLES C. BROOKS Charleston, W. Va. 

•I' K -I- 

FRANK C. BROOKS Baltimore, Md. 

A T' A 

ROBERT S. BROWN, JR Salisbury, N. C. 

.\ X A 

BENJAMIN M. BROWN, JR Kingsporf, Tenn. 

A T A 

HOMER S. BRYANT Lynchburg. Va. 

A r A 
WILLIAM P. BURNETT, JR. . . Mount Pleasant. Tenn. 

I A 1-; 

WILLIAM H. BYRNES Teaneck, N. J. 

i: X 

AUSTIN S. CALLAWAY Westfield. N. J. 

II K A 

THOMAS S. CASE Bay Village, Ohio 

.!■ A O 

JOHN H. CHEATHAM, JR Griffin, Ga. 

A 'r A 



FRESHMEN 

THOMAS G. CHISARI Waihirqton, D. C 

+ r A 

HEDLEY A CLARK Baltimore, Md 

A r A 

JAMES F, COOK Tampa. Fla. 

A T A 

RODNEY M, COOK Atlanta. Ga. 

A T A, 'I' II 1 

STEPHEN G, E. COOLEY Greenville. S C 

II K A 

ROLAND E. COTE Manchester, N. H, 

■I' r A 

SIDNEY M. B. COULLING. Ill .... Taicwell, Va. 
II K A 

WILLIAM D. COOPER Winchester, Va. 

K 1 

ROBERT N. CUTTING Fort Smith. Ark. 

•!• A (• 

WILLIAM W. DANIEL Atlanta. Ga. 

■{■ A H 

EUGENE I. DEAS Richmond. Va, 

K r 

LOUIS M. DENIT Washington, D. C, 

A T '.; 

PATRICK C. DEVINE Norfolk. Va, 

.\ 1' 9. 

RAY H. DOVELL Bron.vllle, N. Y. 

K 1 

FRANK H. DUDLEY . , Somerton, Philadelphia. Pa. 
■I' K -I' 

JAMES T. EARLE St. Petersburg, Fla. 

.V X A 

RAY F. ENGLISH. JR Farmingdalc. N. J. 

'I' K 'I- 

ROY J. FAHL. JR Swarthmore. Pa. 

A T A 

RALPH I. FAULK Thomasville. Ga. 

K A 

NORMAN FISCHER, JR Washington, D, C, 

■I' !■; II 

JAMES ". FISHER, JR Crewe. Va, 

II K A 

ROGER L. FITCH Amelia, Va. 

ROBERT H. FLANAGAN Bremo Bluff. Va. 

■I' .\ (1 

CARROLL H. FOWLKES Richmond. Va. 

■I- K I 

ROBERT W. FRASER Havre, Mont. 

X X 
JOHN R. FRENCH Radford, Va, 

.\ X A 
CLARENCE N. FRIERSON Gayle, La. 

•h A () 
JOHN GATELY Winnetka. III. 

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D. CAMPBELL GIBSON, JR Baltimore. Md. 

A T A 

AMBROSE W. GIVENS Lawrenceburq. Ky, 

I A !•: 

ROBERT H, GRAY New Haven, Conn, 

.!■ I\ X 

JEROME D. GREENBERG Englewood. N. J. 

<i' i; II 

EUGENE E. GRIESE Cleveland, Ohio 

A X A 

JACK L. GROSSMAN Hagerstown, Md. 

■I' E II 

LOUIS R. HAHN Haverstraw, N. Y. 

* r A 

TONY G, HAIL Columbia, Tenn. 

'!• A Cl 

GUY E, HAIRSTON, JR Richmond, Va 

1 ,\ 

WADE H, HAISLIP, IV Logan, W. Va. 

II K A 

GEORGE B, HALL Bronxville, N. Y. 

11 (I II 

HERBERT N. HAMRIC, JR Lexington, Va. 

II K 'i> 

JOHN C. HARPER, II State College, Pa. 

I .\ i: 

ROBERT C. HARTER Camden, N. J. 

1 N 

DAVID P. HAUSEMAN Narbertti, Pa. 

A T L' 

RICHARD C, HAYDEN Manassas, Va. 

II K A 

JON W. HEMANN Burlington, la. 

^ .\' 

CHARLES A. HERNDON, JR. . . Washington, D. C. 
I X 

DONALD S. HILLMAN New York, N. Y. 

Z I! T 

DONALD M. HILLOCK Washington, D. C. 

B II II 
JOHN HOLLEY Littleton, N. H. 

•I> \ A 
JAMES C. HOLLORAN, JR Lynchburg, Va. 

A I A 
JOHN CLARK HORNICKEL . . Monongahela, Pa. 

H (I II 
THOMAS E HOUSTON, II Glendale, Ohio 

.\ I '..' 
JOHN B. HUDSON Frankfort, Ky. 

A I A 
FLEET 5. HUGHLETT, JR Washington, D. C. 

•1' r A 

HOWELL T. HUNT Atlanta, Ga, 

•!• An 
BEN F HUNTLEY, III .... Winston-Salem, N. C. 

A I A 



FRESHMEN 

LAWRENCE JENNINGS, II , . , New York, N, Y 

A ]■ '.; 

ROBERT O. JOHNSON West Hartford. Conn 

1 \ 

JOHN W, JOHNSTON . Oklahoma City, Okla, 

K 1 

tvlADDOX F. JOHNSTON , . . Washington, D. C. 
X X 

EDDIE F. JONES Nashville, Tenn. 

A T A 

JOHN J. KELLY Big Stone Gap, Va. 

I! (I 11 

McFALL KERBEY, JR Washington, D. C 

A T i; 

J. GORDON KINCHELOE Fairfax. Va 

II K A 

W, HANES LANCASTER ... Johnson City, Tenn. 
■ i. A II 

F. R. LANDRIGAN Babylon, Long Island, N, Y 

II K 'I' 

THOMAS F, LEATHERWOOD. JR. Memphis. Tenn. 

THOMAS C. LEE Roanoke, Va. 

K ^ 

O. PAUL LEONARD Fort Worth, Tex 

K 1 

S. HOBART LOCKETT, JR. . . Packanack Lake. N.J. 

•I' r A 

FRED P. LOEFFLER Rochester. N. Y. 

1 \ 

ROBERT H. LYNN Hagerstown. Md, 

A X A 

OLIVER W. McCLINTOCK, JR. . . . Marianna. Ark. 
I X 

WILEY A, McGEHEE. JR McGehee. Ark. 

1 X 

ERASER K. McMINN Los Angeles, Calif. 

i X 

ROBERT C. MADDOX Plainfield, N. J. 

A X A 

HAROLD T, MANKIN Chevy Chase, Md. 

•|. K ■!■ 
THOMAS H. MANSEL Williamsport, Pa 

1 .\ i: 

DON R. MARSH. JR Buffalo, N. Y. 

* K I 

TED B. MARTIN Middletown, Ohio 

X X 

M. PRESS MEAD Erie, Pa. 

1 X 
CHARLES E. METTAM. JR. . E. Grand Rapids, Mich. 

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ALLISON N. MILLER, JR Washington. D. C. 

1 \ K 
PERRY R. MILLER Louisville, Ky. 

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FRESHMEN 

WILLARD H. MILLER Big Stone Gap, Va. 

II II II 

ROBERT W. H, MISH. JR Lexington, Va. 

JOSEPH N. MOFFETT Lexington, Va. 

X X 

GEORGE W. S. MOORE Bluefield, W. Va. 

I .\ 10 
ARTHER L. MORRIS Montclair, N. J. 

■I' K II 

GEORGE C. MORRIS. JR Beaumont, Tex. 

I .\ i; 

HAROLD G. MOUSER Marion, Otiio 

■^ r A 

DONALD R. MOXHAM Rutherford, N. J. 

i 'I' A 

PAUL J. B. MURPHY, JR Towson. Md. 

r \ 

DAVID A. MULLON .... Port Washington, N. Y. 
I .\' 

DONALD F. MURRAY Bayside, N. Y. 

K .\ 

JOHN F. NEIDECKER Port Clinton, Ohio 

II 11 II 

WILLIAM C. OLENDORF Decatur, III. 

:i .\ i: 

JAMES A. OTTIGNON . . . Ridgefield Park, N. J. 

II K .\ 

JOHN B. PALENSKE Wilmette, III. 

A I A 

GEORGE R. PEGUILLAN ... Floral Park, N. J. 
1 .\ 

EDWIN S. PICKETT Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

II K ■I' 

DAN C. PINCK Bethesda, Md. 

•h K II 

CHARLES W. PINNELL Richmond. Va. 

'|. K 1 

ROBERT E. POGUE Cincinnati, Ohio 

A r A 

CHARLES S. POWELL .... Wellesley Hills, Mass. 
II II II 

F. BERT PULLEY Courtland, Va. 

K .\ 

THOMAS RANDALL Swarthmore, Pa. 

A T A 

DAN R, REASON Detroit. Mich. 

1 .\ 

RUSSELL B. REYNOLDS, JR. . . . Washington, D. C. 
A X ,\ 

ROBERT S. RICHARDSON Erie. Pa. 

•!■ K 'I' 

LANDON G. ROBINSON Cincinnati, Ohio 

H n II 
FREDERICK C. SAGE Burlington, la. 



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FRESHMEN 

GEORGE M. SCHLEICH Glen Ridge. N. J. 

A r '..' 

MARTIN B. SCHULTZ Baltimore, Md. 

•I' K 1 

JAMES L, SCOTT Greenville. N. C, 

A T A 

WILLIAM C. SHINN Ashland. Ohio 

I A :■: 

JOHN C. SHORT. JR Toledo. Ohio 

1 X 

PHILIP J, SILVERSTEIN , , Charleston, W. Va. 

/, i; I 

GEORGE C, SIMPICH Washington. D. C. 

•I' r A 

JOSEPH L. SIMPSON Louisville, Ky. 

^ A 10 

GEORGE S. SLUSSER Raphine, Va. 

HARVEY D. SMALLWOOD Roanoke, Va. 

K 1 

RAY S. SMITH, JR Hot Springs, Ark. 

K \ 

ROBERT J. SMITH Richmond, Va. 

A N V 

SHERMAN J. SMITH Rochester, N. Y. 

V. II II 

CLIFFORD SPEROW Martinsburg, W, Va. 

K r 

JOHN J. STEITZ, III Cranford, N. J. 

■!■ r A 

RICHARD B. STOCKTON St. Louis, Mo. 

r .\ 

GEORGE B. STOTT Suffolk. Va. 

II K A 

WILLIS W. TARDY Lexington. Va. 

MALCOLM TENNEY Caldwell. N. J. 

II K -V 

WILLIAM W. TERRY Wilkinsburg. Pa. 

II (1 II 

EDWARD W. THOMAS .... Grossc Pointe. Mich. 

i; A i: 

JAMES E. THOMPSON Memphis. Tenn. 

K .\ 

CHARLES B. TOME Wilmington, Del. 

X .\ 

WILLIAM E. TRIPLETT Alexandria, Va. 

A. RUSSELL VAN RIPER Montville, N. J. 

A •!■ L' 

FRED M. VINSON Washington, D. C. 

It () II 

ROBERT D. W. VROOM, JR. . . Wallingford. Conn. 
K ,\ 

KENNETH H. WACKER Chatham, N. J. 

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ROBERT L. WARFIELD 



Frederick, Md. 



WILLIAM A. WARDE Memphis, Tenn. 

1 A K 
STEPHEN WARNER Washington, D. C. 

WILSON S, WASHINGTON, JR. . . Alexandria, Va. 

JONES O, WEBB, JR Garrett, Ky. 

A X A 



DURWARD D. WEAVER 



Richfield, N. Y. 



CHARLES M. WEEKS Highland Park, III. 

•I' A (I 

HARRY I, WELLFORD Ivlcmphis, Tenn. 

A T A 

DAVID A. WELLS Hapeville, Ga. 

K .\ 
HOWARD C. WILKINS Pine Bluff, Ark. 



CHARLES J. WILLIAMSON Augusta, Ga. 

■I' K 1 

EDMUND S. WILLIS Erie, Pa. 

1 .\ 
KENNETH B. WILSON San Marino, Calif. 

•h K 'I' 
BILLY H. WINGFIELD Church Road, Va. 

ROGER M. WINBORNE, JR Lenoir, N. C, 

A T A 

WILLIAM R, WINDER Franktown, Va. 

K X 
ALBERT H. WOODRUFF Cocoa, Fla. 

II K A 
SHEPPARD W. ZINOVOY Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

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FRESHMEN WITHOUT PICTURES 



JAMES H. BALDWIN, JR Waterville, Ohio 

LEON W. BUCHANAN Aqua, Virginia 

FRANK E. BURKE Aqua, Virginia 

GARLAND W. DANIEL Lexington, Virginia 

EUGENE C. FULWIDER Raphine, Virginia 

WILLIAM L. GARVIN Stubenville, Ohio 

ROBERT M. GARVIN Stubenville, Ohio 

FRED HOLLEY Littleton, New Hampshire 

ALFRED L. KFNNAN Raphine. Virginia 

CHARLES E. TOLLEY 



RAMON R. LUINA Fajardo, Puerto Ric 

JAM€S W. McCOWN Rockbridge Baths, Virginl 

WILLIAM A. MAGEE Lexington, Virginl 

ROBERT O. NELSON Galax, Virgin 

GEORGE B. PETTY Northbrook, lllino 

GEORGE V. PRILES Greenville, South Carolina 

ROBERT F. ROUGVIE Providence, Rhode Island 

ROBERT H. SUDDUTH Falls Mills, Virginia 

WILLIAM S, TODD, JR White Plains, Nev/ York 

Canton, Illinois 



ances, long one of the features of life at Washington and 
Lee, have been curtailed decidedly in this new war-time University. 
The bands aren't the "name bands" they used to be, the decorations 
have been much more modest than In the past, and replacing the 
once-popular flower corsages have been war corsages made of war 
savings stamps. 






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Milton Caniff, the creator of "Terry and the Pi- 
rates," that popular comic strip, was not asked to se- 
lect the beauties for the 1943 CALYX by mere 
chance. The CALYX staff knew from observation of 
the shapely women appearing in his strip each day 
that Caniff was a keen judge of female pulchritude. 
He wouldn't have 23,000,000 readers today were it 
not for that ability. 

We also asked Mr. Caniff to select the beauties be- 
cause we felt the authenticity in his comic strip indi- 
cated that his judgments are sound. Of course, it was 
not overlooked that Mr. Caniff is still a young man, 
34, possesses tastes of a younger man, and is a col- 
lege graduate. He was a Sigma Chi at Ohio State. 

We appreciate the efforts of Mr. Caniff in choosing 
these beauties and in sending us the drawing of his 
"Dragon Lady" and hope that you agree that his has 
been a wise selection of beauties. 




Zi'T \\/l~H£y' 




MILTON CANIFF 



P E M ^ C D ^ I C [ S 



Washington & Lee's first wartime Openings in many 
years was a good dance set. The effects of war could 
be seen — transportation difficulties, less elaborate dec- 
orations, corsages of war saving stamps. But while these 
things were alwavs reminding our subconscious minds 
of the great task before us all, they did not keep the 
bo\s and girls in the country surrounding Lexington 
from having a much earned party. And what a party 
it turned out to be! It began Friday night, November 
20, when Sophomore Class President hfolly Smith, led 





Earl Alverson and Miss Jane Harris of Decatur, Alabama, leade 
of the Cotillion Club, figure at openings. 



the Sophomore Figure at the Sophomore Prom with 
Miss Jean FHarris of Greenville, South Carolina. Again 
Saturday afternoon Doremus gymnasium rang with the 
good time of the Kappa Alpha dansant. The Saturday 
night dance proved to be the perfect way to end the 
set. The Cotillion Club figure was led by Earl Alverson, 
President of Openings, with Miss Jane Harris of De- 
catur, Alabama. And all this time Bobby Byrnes and 
his orchestra had been giving his characteristically good 
music. Yes, it was indeed a good start of the year's 
social activities. 



F A ^ C Y DRESS D A I C E 



Led by Beverly Fitzpatrick and Miss Helen Chewn- 
ing of Roanoke, the 1943 Fancy Dress Ball had as its 
theme the American spirit. Music for the dance set, 
cut from the usual three nights to two, was played by 
Jack Teagarden and his orchestra. Costumes were of 
military and naval heroes of the period in American 
life from 1776 until 1918. Fitzpatrick and Miss Chewn- 
ing were dressed as George and Martha Washington. 
Other set officers who portrayed such men as Andrew 



Lawrence Galloway and Miss Jacqueline Bernard of Baltimore- 
leaders of the mid.year Final Ball. 





Beverly Fitzpatrick and Miss Helen Chewning of Roanolce as 

George and Martha Washington — the leaders of the 1943 Fancy 

Dress Ball. 



Jackson, Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, Admiral 
Farragut, Theodore Roosevelt and General Pershing 
were Vernon Millsap, Joe Ellis, Leo Signaigo, Zip 
Wheeler, Bill Noonan, Tom Wilson, Bates Bryan, and 
Jug Nelson. 

Saturday night's dance was the Final Ball for the Uni- 
versity's first mid-year graduating class. Larry Galloway, 
secretary of the student body, and Miss Jacqueline 
Bernard of Baltimore, led other January graduates in 
the figure that night. 



S P R I I G D H I C E S 



Spring dances, the first set attempted at 
Washington and Lee when its student body had 
reached the 300 student level, was considered 
a success despite its modest setting. 

Music for the dances was played by Johnny 
Satterfield and his North Carolinians, a band 
of considerable prominence in this section of 
the South. 



McKelway and Miss Frances Taylor of Clinton, S. C, who 
led the Junior Prom figure at Spring dances. 





Vernon Millsap, president of Spring dances, and Miss Anita 

Wadsworth of Gadsden, Ala., leaders of the Cotillion Club figure 

on April 17. 



Millsap was appointed by the Dance Board 
to replace Leo Signaigo as president of the 
Spring set when Signaigo was called to active 
duty in the Army Enlisted Reserve Corps. 

McKelway led the Junior Prom figure as ex- 
ecutive committeeman of his class. All of the 
other officers of his class are now in the service 
of their country. 



F I I ^ L DANCES 



The first wartime finals In years was shortened from 
three to two days, but what a glorious two days they 
were. The set began Monday night, May 25, 1942. 
The Senior figure that night was led by Senior Class 
President Bill Scott and Miss Roberta Billups of Mary 
Baldwin. Following the midnight intermission the Inter- 
fraternity figure was led by Interfraternity Council Pres- 
ident John Walter Stowers and Miss Martha Bowman 
of Holllns. 

The following afternoon, Tuesday, May 26, old Do- 
remus gymnasium was alive with the gala Phi Delta 
Theta dansant. hial Mclntyre and his fine young band 
played for all dances of the set and made a big hit. 
And then, as the setting sun played across the green 



John Walter Stowers and Miss Martha Bowman of Montgomery. 
Alabama, leaders of the Interfraternity Ball figure at 1942 Finals. 





Bradford Dunson and Miss Elizabeth Leman of LaGrange, Ga., 
leaders of the 1942 Final Ball figure. 



campus, the one hundred and ninety-third Commence- 
ment exercise was held in Lee Chapel. 

That night everyone was gay, but many were sadly 
aware that they were entering their last dance of their 
last few days at good old W. & L. The Tuesday night 
figure was led by Finals President Brad Dunson and Miss 
Elizabeth Lemon of La Grange, Georgia. On Into 
Wednesday morning we danced. Not only the seniors 
but many others knew that with the ending of this dance 
ended the long acquaintances and great experiences of 
Washington and Lee. Finally, as the sun began to peep 
over those Virginia mountains we all stood together and 
sang College friendships to end a good dance set and 
an eventful school year. 



COTILLION CLUB 




OFFICERS 

EDWARD EARLE ALVERSON Co-Preside 

LEO JAMES SIGNAIGO Co-Preside 

CLIFTON RHODES HOOD . ^ Secretary-Treasur 



Edward Earle Alverson 
William Bates Bryan 
John C. Wingfield Campbell 
Joseph Franklin Ellis. Jr. 
Barton Wistar Morris, Jr. 
Leo James Signaigo. Jr. 
William Curtis Soule 
William Authur Webster. Jr. 
William Frederick Allison 
James Frederick Berry 



OLD MEN 

Calhoun Bond 
Paul Douglas Brown 
Richard Douglas Butler 
Charles Lynch Christian, 
Ben Weille Ditto 
Easthan Waller Dudley 
Richard Carleton Eglin 
David Rhodes Embry 
James Clifford Evans 
Robert Lawrence Garges 



Clifton Rhodes Hood 
Richard James Houska 
Clarence Freeman Johns^ 
Haven Wlnslow Mankln 
Vernon Burnett Mlllsap 
Grant Earl Mouser, III 
William Gray Slsemore 
Robert Balrd Taylor 
James Carroll Walker 
Roy Lawrence Wheeler, 



Joe Higgins Bagley 
Morton Bigger, Jr. 
George Tossy Bird 
Ralph Hugh Bookmyer 
Earle Palmer Brown 
William Burris Bryan 
John Hestwood Casey 
David Clark 
Jared Arthur Close 
Robert Oscar Crockett 
Hugh Maitland Figgatt. 
Edgar Dean Finney 



NEW MEN 

Leon Garber 

Edward Joseph Gorman 

Harry Lee Harner 

Leon Harris, Jr. 

Kenneth Wallace Hovermale 

James Morrison Hutcheson, Jr 

Lloyd Addison Lanier 

Dick Mayo Lykes 

Frank Markoe. Jr. 

Bertram Jett Myers 

John Maurice Miller, Jr. 

Ellis Oglesby Moore 



George Walker St. Clair Moore 
Everett Wilber Newcomb, Jr. 
Robert John O'Leary 
Stephen Ensign Rockwell 
Elliott Sidney Schewel 
Jay Armand Silverstein 
Gurdon Horton Smith 
Lloyd Holllngsworth Smith, Jr. 
Earl Maxwell Vickers 
Hugh Tabor Verano 
Thomas Carlyle Wilson. Jr. 
Roy Drake Wltte 



THE D n C E B A li D 



BEVERLY THOMAS FITZPATRICK President ROBERT BAIRD TAYLOR 

JAMES HERMAN DAVES . , Vice-President SAM RAYDER . . . . 



Secretary 
Treasurer 







MEMBERS 








Fa 


culty 




Dr. Lucius Juni 


us Desha 




Dr 


Edward Lammers 


Finals 


Cotillion Club 




Junior Class 


Executive Committeeman 


James Herman Daves 


Edward Earl Alverso 




Robert Baird Taylor 


Lee Mountcastle Kenna 


Fancy Dress 


Leo James SIgnalqo 




Sophonnore Class 


Treasurer Student Body Fund 


everly Thomas Fitzpatricl 


Senior Class 

Clifford Day, Jr. 




Lloyd Hollingsworth Smith, 


J-. Sam Rayder 



Seated, Left to Right: Desha, FitTpatrIck and Lammers. 
Standing, Left to Right: Alverson. Sm,th, Daves and Bryan. 




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'our major sports — football, basketball, wrestling and baseball 
— were the only athletics at Washington and Lee that were able to 
last through the 1942-43 school year. Along with the reduced em- 
phasis of Intercollegiate sports came greater stress on an intensive 
intramural athletic program and physical education classes which 
emphasized physical fitness of the individual. Running the obstacle 
course, as pictured above, was a common sight during the year now 
ending. 



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CLUB 




OFFICERS 

President SAMUEL JOHN GRAHAM, JR Vice-President 

ORGE CAVALIERE , , . Secretary-Treasurer 

FOOTBALL 

dorff Cook William Hampton Furman David Dawson Russell 

erman Daves Stephen Edward Hanasik James William Wheater 

eph DiLoreta Harry Lee Harner . Charles Richard Working 

pmas Fltzpatrlct Edmund Pond Lawrence William Gray Sizemore 

John Dominic Rulevirh Ivlanager 



WRESTLING 

nd Pond Laurence Edwin Flamming Robb, Ji. Albert Dailus Darby, Jr 

Manager 

BASKETBALL 



y Lee Harne 
Leon Harris, Jr. 



Leo James Signaiqo George Twyman Wood 

Charles Richard Wortinq Morrison Ray Nelson 

Manager 

BASEBALL 



BaugherS^ Theodore Robert Ciesia George Robert Eshelman Everett J. Schneider, Jr 

Fau' Georce'^M^p Jay Deardorff Cook James William Wheater 



Lillard McEwan Ailcr Frank Joseph DILoreto Frederic K. Rippetoe Jay Armand Silverstein 

Samuel John Graham, Ji. 



TENNIS 

Clarence E. Ballenger, Jr 



CROSS COUNTRY 

Samuel John Graham, Jr. Everett Joseph Schneider, Jr 




COMMITTEE 0^ UHLETICS 

OFFICERS 

LIVINGSTON WADDELL SMITH Chairman 

CLAYTON EPES WILLIAMS Secretary 



FROM THE FACULTY 

FRANK JOHNSON GILLIAM RATMON T. JOHNSON 

GLOVER DUNN HANCOCK LIVINGSTON V/ADDELL SMITH 

CLAYTON EPES WILLIAMS 



FROM THE ALUMNI 

STUART MOORE WILLIAM C. RAFTERY 

FROM THE STUDENT BODY 

BEVERLY THOMAS FITZPATRICK WILLIAM GRAY SIZEMORE 



Front Row. Left to Right Sizemore, Moore, and FItzpatrick. 
ck Row, Left to Right: Williams. L. W, Smith, R, A Smith, Hancock, and John 





FOOTBALL 



STAFF 

PAUL A. HOLSTEIN Head Coach 

HARRY K. "CY" YOUNG . . . Backfield Coach 

R. A. SMITH Assistant Coach 

PRESTON R. BROWN End Coach 

PERRY SIMMONS Line Coach 

JOHN D. RULEVICH Captain 

WILLIAM G. SIZEMORE Manager 



Young, Simmons, Holstein, Brown and Sn 



Hard pressed by the failure of their captain 
along with several lettermen and the entire 
coaching staff to return to school, the 1942 Gen- 
erals played their first wartime season under the 
tutelage of Jerry hlolstein, who gave time from 
his law practice to take over the reins. Despite 
the team's record, all observers agreed that this 



was the most spirited team that Washington and 
Lee has seen in many years. 

The Generals traveled to Charleston, W. Va., 
to battle Bill Kern's Mountaineers in the opening 
game. At the end of a hard-fought game the 
Generals were on the short end of a 21-7 score, 
which, nevertheless, doesn't tell the true story. 






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First 
Right: 



Ailor, Wheater. Hutch- 
eson and Captain Rule- 
vich. Second Row: 

Head Coach Holstein, 
Backfield Coach Young, 
Baugher, Working. Rus- 
sell. McKelway. Mehor- 
ter, Williams, Cook, 
Stephcnso 
Coach fl 



End 
Third 



Row 



Ma 



Milona 
jch Sin 



Bab- 
Kelly, 



and 



Row: Assistant 

mith. Assistant 

Barger, R. 

DiLoreto, Fur- 



Ma 



Fox, 



FOOTBALL 

The hard-charging line, led by Big John 
Rulevich, continually smashed the Moun- 
taineers' attack, while the W. & L. back- 
field sparked by the brilliant passing of 
Sophomore Dick Working threatened the 
West Virginia goal throughout the tilt. 

The following weekend found the Gen- 
erals in the heart of the Blue Grass, arrayed 
against a powerful Kentucky eleven. The 
teams struggled on even terms throughout 
the first half, but injuries to several key 
players and a lack of adequate reserves 
spelled doom for the Big Blue as the Wild- 
cats scored almost at will in the second half 
to chalk up a 53-0 victory. 

Showing the effect of 3,000 miles on the 
road since the beginning of the season, the 
travel-weary Generals were no match for 
the fast, hard-charging Rollins' Tars, falling 
by the score of 46-0 at Winter Park, Florida. 

Playing the first home game of the sea- 
son, W. & L. won its initial victory with a 
clean-cut 20-13 triumph over a scrappy 
hIampden-Sydney team. "LIghthorse hHarry" 
hlarner paced the Generals' attack with a 
brilliant performance, galloping fifty yards 
for a touchdown on a punt return early in 
the first quarter and later passing to End 
Pinky Norman for another score. Bill Bab- 
cock starred also with his spectacular line 
plunqes. The Big Blue line crashed the Ti- 
gers' line consistently, once breaking 
through to score a safety. 

In the annual Lynchburg classic against 
VPI, the Big Blue played a brilliant game in 
defeat as VPI outscored, but never out- 
fought, the Generals, 19-6. The heavy Blue 
line, stabilized by Allor and Rulevich at 
tackles, and aided by a brilliant aerial at- 



To the Right, Tow Row, Left to Right: Harner an: 

Row: Cavalicre and Babcock. Third Row: Fun 

Bottom Row: Working and Baughe 





FOOTBALL 

tack, held the favored Techmen to a I 3-6 
score as the final period opened. An inter- 
cepted pass deep in VPI territory halted 
what appeared to be a qame-tyinq drive by 
W. & L., and it paved the way for the final 
VPI tally. 

A favored W. & L. eleven suffered a fatal 
letdown the following Saturday and was up- 
set by an inspired Richmond team by a 
score of 8-6. Two W. & L. touchdowns were 
called back early in the game, and the Spi- 
ders outfought the disheartened Blue for the 
rest of the game. 

The team entered the Virginia game with 
high hopes of victory after a week of hard 
preparation. The Wahoos, however, out- 
played the Generals at their own game — 
passing — to rack up a 34-7 win. Tabb Gil- 
lette, connecting for 23 passes in 35 at- 
tempts, was directly responsible for four Vir- 
ginia scores and set up another, hiarry hHar- 
ner scored the only Blue touchdown of the 
game on a beautiful 25-yard broken-field 
run. 

The Generals, using a two-team system, 
lost to a strong Davidson sguad by a 2 I - 1 3 



To the Left, Top to Bottom: The Wahoos won our Home- 
coming game, 34-7, but were unsuccessful in their effort to 
take the goal posts. . . . Bill Babcocic picks up a 15-yard 
gain before being hauled down by Walt Sprye of Hampden- 
Sydney. . . . Dick Working and Ned Lawrence (21) of 
Washington and Lee, bring Art Roach, Davidson halfback, 
to a rude landing. . . . Jim Daves returns a Hampden- 
Sydney kick-off five yards to midfield. . . . Tabb Gillette, 
Virginia back, is stopped by Dick Working. Other W. and 
L. men in the picture are DiLoreto (50), Fitzpatrick (12), 
and Dyke Norman (81). 



F T B U L 

score at Charlotte, N. C. The first W. & 
L. tally came on a pass from Dick Working 
to Paul Cavaliere. The outstanding play of 
the game was responsible for the Generals' 
second score when Harry Harner connected 
on a long pass to Pinky Norman, who later- 
ailed to Dave Russell, who crossed the goal 
line. 

The final game of the year saw Clark 
Shaugnessy's Old Liners build up a 26-7 lead 
at halftime as just about everything the Blue 
did went wrong. With the start of the sec- 
ond half the Generals suddenly began to 
click and filled the air with passes that 
brought the score up to 32-28. Dave Rus- 
sell personally accounted for sixteen points 
in the game and turned In the outstanding 
performance of a Blue back for the season. 

The loss to Maryland marked the final 
appearance of a Washington and Lee foot- 
ball team on a college gridiron for the dura- 
tion of the war. Early in December the 
Athletic Committee with the approval of 
the Executive Committee of the Board of 
Trustees, decided to discontinue the sport 
until the war is won, thus abandoning the 
battles on the playing field for a greater 
fight. 



To the Right, Top to Bottom: Paul Cavaliere is off to Wash- 
ington and Lee's first touchdown as two Davidson men trail 
him. Davidson won, 21-13. . . . Harner stops Buck Mier of 
Maryland after a five-yard gain. . . . Harry Harner picks up 
considerable yardage before Alt Tyler of Davidson brings 
him to a stop. Cavaliere (22) and V/orking (61) are also 
in on the play. . . . Harry Baugher (51) makes a fruitless 
effort to stop Maryland's Red Wright as latter plunges over 
for first score as Maryland ekes out a 32-28 win at College 
Park. 



DiLoreto. Da 






B/mETeALL 



Captain Leo Slgnaigo and Coach "Gummy" Pn 
tor discuss strategy before a game. 



RESULTS 



W. & L 3S: Roanoke Coilege 33 

W. & L 33: William and Mary 34 

W. & L 34; Virginia 35 

W. & L 50: Maryland 40 

W. & L 35: North Carolina 28 

W. & L 43; Camp Pickett 38 

W. & L 48; Hampden-Sydney 25 

W. & L 53; Lynchburg College 37 

W. & L 37; VPI 42 

W. & L 32; Richmond 33 



W. & L 44; Dub 71 

W. & L 33; George Washington 55 

W. & L 35; Maryland 55 

W. & L 45; George Washington 51 

W. & L 38; VPI 44 

W. & L 42; William and Mary 52 

W. & L 41; Richmond 59 

W. & L 40; Roanoke College 50 

W. & L 46: Virginia 35 

Won 7: Lost 12 



GEORGE S. PROCTOR . 
MORRISON RAY NELSON 



STAFF 

Coach VERNON MILLSAP . 

lanager LEO JAMES SIGNAIGO 



Junior Manager 
. . . Captain 



Ciaren 
Willlar 



:e E. Ballenger, Jr 
i Harry Baugher 



LETTERMEN 



Harry Lee Harner 

Leon Harris 

John Thomas KIble 



Morrison Ray Nelson 
Leo James Slgnaigo 
George Trotman Wood 



Charles Richard Working 
Fred Moore Vinson 




Crucial moments as 
Washington and Lee's 
luckless basketball 



George V/ashlngton'' 
Southern Conference 
Championship team. 



At left Harry Baugher 
tallies for the Gen- 
erals. At right George 
Wood comes through 
with another basket. 



BHKETBUL 



Washington and Lee's unpredictable basketball 
team experienced a season marked by heart-break- 
ing losses and sprinkled with brilliant wins, hlandi- 
capped by the loss of six varsity squad men during 
the season — Captain Leo Signalgo, Dick Working, 
Leon hHarris, Bill Bryan, George Wood, and Jack 
Kibler — the Generals under the able coaching of 
"Gummy" Proctor fought a hard but disappoint- 
ing season. 

In the opening game the Generals paced by 
Clancy Ballenger's 19 points, won an erratic vic- 
tory from Roanoke College. In the opening South- 
ern Conference tilt, however, the Generals dropped 
a thriller to the Indians to the tune of 33-34, due 
to a controversial play and a lapse on the official 
scorer's part. Traveling to Charlottesville, the Proc- 
tor-men experienced a second close defeat as they 
were edged out 35-34 by the Wahoo team. 

The Blue rebounded to win five impressive vic- 
tories from Maryland, the University of North Car- 
olina, Camp Pickett, hIampden-Sydney, and Lynch- 
burg College. These games were marked by spirit- 
ed team work and an Improved offense, centering 
around Clancy Ballenger and Sophomore Harry 
hlarner. Freshman Fred Vinson figured prominently 
in the win over the favored soldiers from Camp 
Pickett. 

The Generals suffered their second Southern 
Conference setback as they bowed to the Tech- 
men despite a last period rally at the VPI gym- 
nasium at Blacksburg. The slumping W. and L. 
team was upset by one point by a surprising Spider 
quintet. Riddled by the loss of Captain Leo Signalgo 
and Dick Working and seriously handicapped by a 
lack of reserves, the Blue team lost to Duke, George 
Washington, and Maryland in guick succession. 

An Inspired W. & L. team fought its greatest 
game of the season as it lost 45-51 In two extra 
periods against George Washington's conference 
championship team in probably the best game of 
the year. Harry Harner turned In the greatest per- 
formance of his career and was high scorer with 
18 points. Despite a discouraging lack of regular 
varsity starters and reserve material. Coach "Gum- 
my" Procter's boys played hard in the next three 
encounters, but the fighting Blue lost to VPI, W. & 
M., Richmond, and Roanoke College. This losing 
streak was brightened somewhat by a sensational 
scoring spree by sharp-eyed Harry Harner. 

An amazing final win over "those Wahoos" par- 
tially atoned for a season marred by defeats, as 
Harner held Dick Wiltshire, high-point man in the 
state, to three points. Harry Baugher led the Gen- 
erals to victory with 18 points to his credit. 

Outstanding for the Blue team during the 1943 
season were Harry Harner, with a total of 203 
points; Clancy Ballenger with 175 points, and Harry 
Baugher with 100 points. 



Left to Right. Top Row: Harner and Signaigo. Second Row 
lenger and Baugher. Third Row: Wood and Harris. Fourth 
Working and Bryan. Fifth Row: Vinson and Kibler. 





W. & L 9r University of North Carolina 

W. & L 22: North Carolina State . . . 



iinniiH 



Captain Clifford J. Gallagher of the United 
States Army, formerly wrestling coach at Lafay- 
ette College, who served as advisory coach to 
the 1943 Generals, and Co-Captain Sam Graham. 



RESULTS 

17 W. & L 23; Duke 

, . 6 W. & L 19; VPI . 

Won 3; Lost I 



STAFF 

CAPTAIN CLIFFORD GALLAGHER Acting Coach CLARENCE FREEMAN JOHNSON, JR. 

ALBERT DARIUS DARBY. JR Senior Manager SAMUEL JOHN GRAHAM, JR. . . . 

EDWIN FLEMMING ROBB, JR Co-Captain 



Junior Manager 
. . Co-Captaln 



Joe Hlgglns Bagiey 
George Tossey Bird 
John Frederlcl; Burae 



John Buford Hudson 



LETTERMEN 

Robert Oscar Crockett Samuel John Graham, Jr 

Albert Darius Darby, Jr. Edmund Pond Lawrence 

NUMERAL WINNERS 

David Lewis 



Edwin Flemmlng Robb, Jr. 
Lloyd Hollingsworth Smith, Jr 
Charles Clinton Stleff, II 



Joseph Lyie Simpson 






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^l«E Bill 



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First Row, Left to 
Right: Burger, Crock- 
ett Graham, Bird, and 
Lawrence. Second 
Row: Darby, Gallagh- 
er, Hudson, Lewis, 
Smith, Simpson and 
O'Keefe. 



R E n U H 



Washington and Lee's varsity wrestling squad 
added another successful season to its consistently 
good record, as they won three of their four dual 
meets. This record was compiled in spite of the 
lost to the Navy of Archie Mathis, W&L's famous 
coach, and with the aid of only two lettermen. 
During the season four varsity men including the 
co-captains, Bud Robb and Sammy Graham, were 
lost to the service. 

The season opened with a trip into North Caro- 
lina. The Generals dropped a close meet to the 
1942 conference championship team of the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina by the score of 9- 1 7, with 
Graham, Robb, and Burger winning decisions over 
their opponents. The Blue matmen then rebounded 
to win a clean-cut 22-6 victory over N. C. State 
at Raleigh. Graham, Stieff, Robb, Bird, Crockett, 
and Lawrence winning their matches; Graham and 
Bird obtaining falls over their opponents. 

In the first home meet of the season, the Blue 
matmen showed much promise in handing a 23-1 I 
defeat to the Blue Devils of Duke. Graham, Bagley, 
Robb, Bird, and Crockett won for the home team, 
all but Graham winning by falls. For their next 
and last dual meet of the season, the W&L grap- 
plers traveled to Blacksburg to face the Techmen. 
W&L won a hard-fought meet by a 19-13 score, 
with Graham, Bird, Crockett, Lawrence, and Burger 
starring for the victors. 

Riddled by losses to the armed forces and by an 
epidemic of measles, W&L was able to enter only 
four men in the Southern Conference Tournament 
held at Waynesboro, Va., with W&L acting as host. 
Of these four men. Bob Crockett came second in 
his weight, while Joe Simpson, Ned Lawrence, and 
Holly Smith all were fourth in their respective 
weights. 

Outstanding for the Blue team during the 1943 
season were the co-captains, Sammy Graham and 
Bud Robb, who also acted in a coaching capacity; 
and also such sophomores as George Bird and Bob 
Crockett. Much of the success of this wrestling 
season was due to the tireless aid given to coaching 
the squad by Captain Clifford Gallagher of the 
Army School for Special Service. 



First Row, Left to Right: Graham, Robb and Crockett. Second 
Row, Left to Right: Bird, Lawrence and Smith. Third Row, Left to 
Right: Hudson, Simpson and Burger, Fourth Row: Darby. Fifth 
Row: Graham struggles for a fall over Stroupe of Duke as Captain 
W. Austin Bishop, the referee, former Penn coach, looks on. Sixth 
Row: Robb gains riding time as he works for the fall over Nichol- 
son of Duke which ended his collegiate career. 





vnRsiTY mmii 



I 942 



Captain Brown, Manager Levin and Coach Smith 
confer about the 1942 baseball prospects. 



SCHEDULE 

VV. & L 0; V;r9;nla 

W. & L 6; Virginia 4 

W. & L 7; Richmond II 

W. & L 2; William and Mary 10 

W. & L 2: V. P. 1 8 

W. & L 8: William and Mary 7 

W. & L 2; Lynchburg Pros 9 

W. & L I; V. P. i 2 

W. & L 3: Richmond 12 

W. & L 7; George Washington 12 

W. & L 2; Maryland I 

W. S L 5: Quantico Marines 12 

Won .... 3, Lost .... 8, Tied .... I 



STAFF 

RICHARD A. (CAP'N DICK) SMITH Coach 

PRESTON BROWN Captain 



ARTHUR KOONTZ Sen 

BERNARD LEVIN Sen 

EARL ALVERSON Jun 



or Manage 
or Manage 
or Manage 



LETTERMEN 



William Harry Baugher 
Preston Rice Brown 
Paul George Cavaliere 
Robert Cavanna 
Theodore Robert Ciesia 
Jay Deardorff Cook 



George Robert Eshelman 
Melvin Carl Johnson 
Arthur Burke Koontz, Jr. 
Bernard Levin 
Everett Joseph Schneider 
James William Wheafer 




First Row, Left to 
Right: Bauer. Cavanna, 
Baugher, Schneider, 
Cool!, Ciesia, Cavaliere 
and Sizemore. Second 
Row: Coach Smith. 
Captain Brown, McKel- 
way, Wheater, Eshel- 
man, Van Buren, Hare 
and Manager Levin. 



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The 1942 edition of Washington and Lee's base- 
ball teann completed a rather mediocre season, 
winding up with three wins, eight losses, and a tie. 
With only five returning lettermen. Captain Dick 
Smith had to rely heavily on sophomores. Also the 
team was late starting outdoor practice and further 
handicapped by Cap'n Dick's early spring Illness. 

Nevertheless the Blue opened by playing a 
strong Virginia team to a tie, with Jay Cook making 
an auspicious debut on the mound in his first var- 
sity game. In the second game of the season, the 
Generals played the Wahoos a second time and 
gained a deserved 6-4 win. Temporarily on top of 
the Big Six, the Blue lost to Richmond, William & 
Mary, and V. P. I., before breaking into the win 
column against William and Mary on Wilson Field 
for their second win. Then followed a loss to the 
Lynchburg Senators, a professional ball club, in the 
only night game played by the Generals. In the 
next game they lost a tough 2-1 decision to V. P. I.'s 
Big Six champions, in what was probably the best 
game played on Wilson Field all year. Jay Cook, in 
top form, pitched one of his best games of the 
season. 

The Blue managed to obtain one win during the 
remaining four games on the schedule, defeating 
Maryland 2-1 in a tight ball game. For Washington 
and Lee, the season was bright only in spots. In- 
juries, bad breaks, and inability to come through 
at the crucial moments proved costly in the games 
lost. Bob Cavanna, Harry Baugher, and Captain- 
elect Ted Ciesia led the team in batting; and Jay 
Cook and Captain Pres Brown turned in outstanding 
performances on the mound. Brown and Cavanna 
were the only losses through graduation, leaving a 
wealth of material on hand. With nine lettermen 
returning and several good players coming up from 
the freshman squad, prospects are bright for 1943. 



To the Right Top Row, Left to Right: Brow.n and Cavaliere. S 

Row: Van Buren and Eshelman. Third Row: Cook. Schneide 

Hare. Fourth Row: V/heater Cavanna. Ciesia and Baughet 




, _ Si 

ri/< ■ IT " I 





nU\]\ TRACK 



1942 



SCHEDULE 

W. & L 57; R.cnmond . . 

W. & L 52; William & Mar 

W. & L 29; V. P. I. . . . 



Big Six Meet at Charlottesville 
Won .... 0. Lost .... 3 



STAFF 

JACK HENNEMIER Coach 

FLOYD YEOMANS Captain 

ROBERT BAKER Senior Manager 

CHARLES SARDESON Junior Manager 



Lillard McEwan Allor 
Robert Gibson Baler 
Samuel John Graham, Jr 
Harry Clyde Keller 



LETTERMEN 

Robert Allison Lawton Thomas Barrett Ulam 

Walter Scott Pope Henry Harper Woods. Jr 

Frederick Kennedy Rippetoe Charles Wooters 

Jay Arman Silverstein Floyd Klron Yeomans 




Front Row. Left to 
Right: Graham. Pope, 
Rippetoe. Wood!, Cap- 
tain Yoemans. Wooters 
and Silverstein. Back 
Row: Coach Henne- 
mier, Schofield, Law- 
ton, Hite, Keller, Di- 
Loreto, Ailor, Manager 
Baker and Junior Man- 
ager Sardeson. 



VARSITY TRACK 



Although Washington and Lee's 1942 track team 
lost its three scheduled meets to Richmond, William 
& Mary, and V. P. I., there were a number of note- 
worthy individual performances during the season. 
The team was greatly weakened by losses through 
graduation and the failure of several men to return 
to school. 

The General cindermen dropped their first dual 
meet to Richmond. Although Captain Bud Yeo- 
mans captured both hurdles, the broad jump, and 
220-yard dash, his brilliant feats could not offset 
the points racked up by the Spiders in the middle 
distance races and field events. It was in this meet 
that hiank Woods broke the school record for the 
discus, but had to be content with second place 
to Griffin, who set a new Southern Conference 
record in the event. The Blue Thinclads met William 
& Mary in their second scheduled meet, succumbing 
by a 74-52 score. Again Captain Yeomans was 
high scorer of the meet, winning the broad jump 
and 220-yard low hurdles, and placing second in 
the 220-yard dash and high hurdles events. William 
& Mary's seven first places in the eight running 
events built up a lead that the Generals' advantage 
n the field events could not overcome. Ken Rippe- 
oe, Lillard Ailor, tHank Woods, and Hal Keller 
ame through nicely in the javelin, shot put, discus, 
jnd high jump to record firsts in these events. In 
rhe third and final meet, V. P. I.'s well-balanced 
aggregation proved too much for the Generals 
and decisively defeated them on Wilson Field, by 
a score of 97 to 29. Led by Paul McMullin, South- 
ern Conference Indoor sprint champion, the visitors 
swept all the track and field events but two. 
Captain-elect Ailor and hIank Woods respectively 
came through to take firsts in the shot put and 
discus, preventing a complete rout. 

In the Big Six meet at Charlottesville, Captain 
Yeomans and hIank Woods were the only Generals 
to place in their events, as the team finished sixth 
and last. Yeomans gave an outstanding perform- 
ance for the Blue, in pushing Virginia's Todd to a 
new meet record in the 220-yard low hurdles, to 
take second place. Woods tossed the discus far 
enough to garner fourth place in that event. Track 
prospects for 1943 remain very uncertain with the 
graduation of Yeomans, Woods and others, and 
the loss of Coach hHennemler to the Navy. 



To the Right, First Row, Left to Right: Lawton, Wooters and Yo 

mans. Second Row: Graham, Silverstcin, and Ailor. Third Ro' 

Schofield, DiLoreto. and Woods Fourth Row: Rippetoe, Pope, ar 

Hitc. Fifth Row: Sardcson. Keller, and Baker. 










T [ M I S 



Ralph Taggart returns a hard drive as Captali 
Jack Barrie observes. 



STAFF 

OLLINGER CRENSHAW Coach 

JOHN BARRIE, JR. Captain W. & L 

JAMES GAMELIN LaPLANTE Manager 



RESULTS 

W. & L 4: Virginia 5 

W. & L 4; Hampden-Sydney 5 

5; Emory and Henry 4 

W. & L 4; Virginia 5 

W. & L 4; Hampden-Sydney 5 

Won ... I, Lost ... 4 



LETTERMEN 



William Frederick Allison 
Clarence Eugene Ballenger, Jr 
John Barrie. Jr. 
James Gamelin LaPlante 



John Newton McCormick 
William Anderson Phillips 
Richard Buckner Spindle 
Ralph Scott Taggart 




Left to Right: Taggart. 
Allison, Captain Barrie, 
Ballenger and McCor- 



*> 




GOLF 



Felix Smart puts one mto the cup as Bill Nc 
Gordon Sibley and Bud Bowie watch. 



STAFF 

E. PARKER TWOMBLY Coach 

JOSEPH TYLER BOWIE Captain 

WILLIAM JOSEPH NOONAN Captain-Elect 



W. & L I6.'j; The Citadel . . . 

W. & L 7 ; Apprentice School 

W. & L 16^4; William and Mary 

W. & L ISJA; V, P. I. 

W. & L 552: Virginia 



RESULTS 














1 2 W. & L. . 








8 


Hampden-Sydney . . . 


. 10 


W. & L . 








16 


Davidson 


. . 2 


■ ', w a L 


Third 1 


n So 


jthe 


9 

rn Co 


Dulce 


. . 9 




nference Tournament. 




'A 


Won 




4, 


Lost 


. . 3, Tied ... 1 





LETTERMEN 

Joseph Tyler Bowie Gordon Locke Sibley, Jr 

S. L. Kopald Felix Garrett Smart 

William Joseph Noonan 




Left to Right: Simmons 
Noonan, Bowie, Kop- 
ald. Sibley, Smart and 
Coach Twombly. 




CROSS COU^RY 



Graham and Morrissey. 



STAFF 

PETE J. MORRISSEY Coach 

SAMUEL JOHN GRAHAM, JR Captain 

ALLAN FERRIER TURNER Manager 



VARSITY 

23; Washinaton and Lee 



RESULTS 

35 Virginia 

LETTERMEN 



FRESHMAN 

18; Wasliington and Lee 



George Henry Bowers, Jr. 
Samuel John Graham, Jr. 
Everett Joseph Schneider. Jr 



Charles Clinton Stieff, II 
Allan Ferrier Turner 



MONOGRAM WINNERS 



George Brown Petty 



John Raymond French 




Front Row. Left to 
Right: Bowers, Silver- 
stein, Schneider, Gra- 
ham, Wood, Petty and 
French. Back Row: 

Coach Morrissey, Page, 
Schcwel, Sherwood, 
Zinovoy, Stieff, Quayle 
and Manager Turner. 




LUHOnE 



Co-Captains-Elect Galloway and Long. 



W. & L. 
W. & L. 
W. & L. 



STAFF 

ART LEWIS Coach 

ED BOYD, FRANK LaMOTTE Co-Captains 

L. W. GALLOWAY, R. G. LONG Co-Captains-Elect 

PHILIP SELLERS Manager 

RESULTS 



In 


hns Hopkins . . . 




. 16 


W. 8, L 

W. & L 


. 6; Loyola 


Dl 


b 




. 10 


. 5; Virginia 


Vi 






. 1 


Won 

RMEN 


. . 2. Lost 








LETTE 






Bruce Anderson 






Robert Leake 






Edgar McLouis B 


oyd 




Raymond Gordon Long 






Jack Brooks 






Frank Markoe 






'A'iiliam Wallace 


Dutton 




A. Ludlam Michaux, Jr. 






Lawrence Werne 


Gallov, 


ay 


James Haskell O'Connor 






Joseph Keelty 






Charles Clinton Stieff, II 






Frank LaMotte 






Roy Drake Witte 






Front Row, Left to 
Right: Brooks. Long, 
Markoe, Lanier, Cap- 
tain LaMotte, Leake, 
Anderson. Stieff and 
Mar«. Back Row: Man- 
ager Sellers. Johnston, 
Keelty, Witte. Gallo- 
way, Michaux, Dutton, 
Ballenger, and Assistant 
Manager Young. 



F H E S H M /\ ^ WORTS 




■ft- • ■■^•^ -9 




FOOTBALL 



First Row, Left to Right: Hunt, Well- 
ford, Gibson, Clark. Palenske, Ball, 
and Hahn. Second Row, Left to 
Right: Halrston, Willis, Chisari, A. 
Miller, Schultz, Mead, and R. Garvin. 
Third Row. Left to Right: Manager 
Sullivan, Wacker. Pinck, Weaver, 
Rougvie, Silverstein, and Coach 
Simmons. 



BASEBALL 

Front Row, Left to Right: Milona, 
Kibler, Ridenhour, Billingslea, Crist, 
DiBlasi, and Harlan. Back Row, Left 
to Right: Carmichael. Frye, Hover- 
male, Coulter, Gordon, Redmond, 
Pomeroy, and Manager Garretson. 



TRACK 

Front Row, Left to Right: Corbin, 
Figgatt, Moore, Prater, and Coach 
Hennemier. Back Row, Left to Right: 
Baker, L. Miller, D. Norman, Page, 
Otter, and R. Norman. 



inH/mURUS 



The aims of the Intramural sports program 
at Washington and Lee are the creation of 
interest in recreational sport and participation 
in them by the mass of students, regardless 
of their skill and ability. This program is of 
special value now that our nation at war calls 
for maximum physical development and health 
for the young men soon to be in the armed 
forces. The decrease in intercollegiate com- 
petition during the year caused a correspond- 
ing increase of interest in the Intramural sports 
program. 

FOOTBALL 

The Pi K. A. team showed surprising 
strength in clinching the football champion- 
ship, having allowed five opponents only a 
single touchdown while they rolled up 102 
points. In the championship game, the Pi 
K. A.'s defeated the Phi Delts, who after 
dropping the first game, rebounded to win 
the consolation and advance to the finals. 
Captain Leo Signaigo and Red Gorman were 
outstanding for the champions. 

VOLLEY BALL 

The NFU won the volley ball championship 
from the PEP team in a hard-fought match. 
The Puerto RIcan duo of Ramon and Adolph 
Luina starred for the champions during the 
season, while the PEP team was paced by Ben 
Kaplan and Leon Garber. 



Reading Top to Bottom: The PI K. A.'s mtramural 
football titllsts. Front Row; Ballenger, Bowen, Calla- 
way, Stanfleld and Snnith. Back Row: Bryan, Signaigo 
and Gorman. . . . Erwin Latimer is off for a gain in 
this play but the Pi K. A.'s managed to keep him 
under control most of the time as the Phi Delts lost 
out. . . . Bill Van Buren, N. F. U., behind good inter- 
ference moves down the field against the Kappa 
Sigma's in the consolation finals. . . . Two shots as 
the PEP's tab the A. T. O.'s in intramural volley- 
ball. . . . The Non-Frate.-nity Union's championship 
volley ball team. First Row: A. Luina, Guthrie, and 
Bauer. Back Row: R. Luina, Van Buren, and Watson. 




I^TRAHURUS 



BASKETBALL 

A strong S. A. E. team had little difficulty 
in retaining the basketball chanapionship by 
defeating the Delts in the finals by a score of 
23-9. The S. A. E.'s defeated the A. T. O.'s. 
Sigma Chi s, Sigma Nu's, and N. F. U.'s to 
enter the finals. Ambrose Glvens was out- 
standing for the champions. The N. F. U.'s 
defeated the Lambda Chl's to take the con- 
solation. 

PING PONG 

Led by Bob Gaines and Bill McKelway, the 
Delts retained the ping pong championship 
by defeating a strong N. F. U. team In the 
finals by the score of 3- 1 . 

HANDBALL 

Luke Smith of Phi Delta Theta captured 
the intramural handball tournament by de- 
feating Rick Kiendl, Phi PsI, 21-13 and 21-9, 
after downing George Bowers, Lambda Chi, 
In the semi-finals. 

SWIMMING 

The Delts kept the intramural swimming 
championship for the third successive year by 
winning first place In six out of eight events 
and tallying 50 intramural points. The S. A. 
E.'s and Phi Psi's came second and third with 
22 and 20 points respectively. Outstanding 
were Bob Gaines and Dan Ball for the Delts 
and Bill Olendorf for the S. A. E.'s. 



Reading Top to Bottom: The S. A. E.'s champion 
basketball team. First Row, Left to Right: Belcher, 
Cook, and Mehorter. Back Row, Left to Right: Mc- 
Cormick, Moore, Barrett, and Sivens. . . . Members 
of the Delts' winning swimming team. Front Row 
Left to Right: Ball, Holloran, and Norman. Back Row 
Left to Right: Gaines, Palenske and Huntley. . . 
Luke Smith, Phi Delt, the 1943 handball champ. . . 
In the midst of the intramural wrestling tournament 






inHAHUULS 



WRESTLING 

There were 80 boys registered for the 
1943 intramural wrestling tournament which 
started April 5 with the Sigma Chi's defend- 
ing. 

GOLF 

Luke Smith, Phi Delt, advanced to win the 
1942 golf championship against a strong field 
of contenders, hie defeated Stu Smith of 
N. F. U. in the final playoff. 

TRACK 

Sigma Chi nosed out Phi Psi, 30 1-2 to 
28 1-2, to win the 1942 track title. Sigma Chi 
took firsts in the broad jump, the 100-yard 
dash, and the 220-yard dash. Jack Roehl 
starred for the champions. The S. A. E.'s 
ranked third with 28 points. 




BASEBALL 

A strong Phi Kapoa Sigma baseball team 
defeated Pi K. A. 15-11 after taking an early 
lead in the first ending for the 1942 champion- 
ship. The A. T. O.'s defeated the Delts in 
the finals of the consolation. 



TENNIS 

Bob Gaines, Delt, won his final match 
against Cy Ingraham, Beta, to claim the 1942 
tennis championship. 



Reading Top to Bottom: Phi Kappa Sigma's Softball 
team, 1942 title winners. Front Row, Left to Right: 
Harlan, Baugher, Ignico, Hendrickson. R. Simmons, 
Haw, Wheeler, and Kibler. Back Row. Left to Right: 
Stephenson, Carllson, Working, P. Simmons, Adams, 
Michaux, and Johnson. . . . Two shots with the Pi 
K. A.'s at bat as they were defeated by the Phi 
Kaps in the final game. ... As the Sigma Chl's take 
the 1942 track trophy. . . . Luke Smith. Phi Delt, 1942 
golf champ, and Bob Gaines. Delt, high scorer and 
tennis winner in 1942. 




' ocial fraternities at Washington and Lee passed through a 
trying year that saw several of them close their chapter houses com- 
pletely. The others operated under a curtailed program. One of 
the changes brought about by the war was a friendly and cooperative 
attitude that existed between fraternity men and the officers of the 
Army School for Special Service. 




~^^ 



Robert William Dickey 



PHI U P P A P S I 



Founded at Washington and Jefferson, 1852 



OFFICERS 

JAMES GAMELIN LA PLANTE President 

EDWIN FLEMMING ROBB, JR Vice-President 

WALTER SCOTT POPE Secretary 

MORRISON RAY NELSON Treasurer 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Fitzgerald Ftournoy 
John Alexander Veacfi 



Livingston Waddell Smith 
Henry Bailey Rathbone 



Frank Rosebro Bell. Jr. 
Thomas Morgan Dodd 
Samuel John Graham, Jr. 
James Gamelin LaPlante 

William Webb Babcock 
Charles William Broders 

Herbert Marvin Ayres 
George Tossy Bird 
Henry Gaynor Breneman. Jr 
Walter Edward Frye 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Class of 1943 

Hudson Colguhoun Millar, Jr 
Linton Fairfax Murdock 
Morrison Ray Nelson 

Class of 1944 

Edmund Arthur Donnan, Jr. 

Class of 1945 

Omer Thomas Kaylor, Jr. 
Robert Samuel Keebler 
Frederick William Kiendl, Jr. 
Edmund Wilson Marx 



Edwin Flemming Robb, Jr 
Charles Thomas Sardeson 
Ernest Edward Smith 
Lester Robert Weller, 111 

Have,, Winslow Mankin 
Walter Scott Pope 

Ellis Oglesby Moore 
James Alvin Philpott 
Charles Henry Stone, III 
Robert Earl Watklns, Jr. 



Charles Cabell Brooks 
Frank Howard Dudley 
Ray Frank English 



Class of 1946 

Will, am Mclndoe, Jr. 
Harold Turner Mankin 



Charles Edward Mettam, Jr 
Perry Robert Miller, Jr. 
Kenneth Brown Wilson 



VIRGINIA BETA CHAPTER 



Established 1855 





. [«' U.il I 




Dodd 


G 


aham 


La 


PlaniG 


M 


jrdock 




• 


ecor 


d Ro 


N 


son 


Ro 


bb 


Sa 


rdeson 


Sir 


Ith 



Third Row: 

Babcock 
Broders 
Donnan 
Mclndoe 
Mankin, H. W 



Fourth Ro« 



Fifth Row: 

Frye 
Ka/lor 

Keebler 

Kiendl 

Moore 



Sixth Row: 

Philpott 

Schlomer 

Stone 

Watkins 

Brooks 



Dudley 



Seventh Row: 

English 

Mankin, H. T. 
Mettam 
Miller. P. R. 
Richardson 
Wilson 





[ T A T H [ T A PI 



Founded at Miami University, 1839 



OFFICERS 

THOMAS CARLYLE WILSON, JR /'resident 

RALPH SCOTT TAGGART Recorder 

HOUSTON MAGILL KIMBROUGH Secretary 

JOHN WEBSTER McGEHEE, JR Treasurer 



FRATER IN FACULTATE 

Lewis Daniel Williams 



Theodore H. Martin 



FRATRES IN URBE 

D. Allen Penick 
Graharn Robinson 



Hugh A. White 



Houston Maglil Kimbrough 
John Webster McGehee. Jr 



Herman Carr, Jr. 
Frank Nichols Jarvis 

Richard Edwin Bartlebaugh 
Ernest Lovell Becker 
Howa'd Kendall Gibson 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Class of 1943 

Robert Lee Michael 

Class of 1944 

Clarence Freeman Johnson, Jr 

Class of 1945 

Abner Linwood Holton, Jr. 
Lloyd Addison Lanier 
William Corwin Mowris 



Ralph Scott Taggart 
Thomas Carlyle Wilson. Jr 



Donald Hardie Putnam, Jr. 
Byron Parmer Redman, Jr. 

William Vestal Richards, Jr 
Chadbourne Bryan Smith 
Henry Everard Young 



James Beauchamp Alexande 
George Berrian Hall 
Donald McLean Hillock 
John Clark Hornlckel 



Class of 1946 

John Jackson Kelly, III 
Willard Humphrey Miller 
John Frederick Neldecker 
Charles Smith Powell 



Landon Graves Robinson 
Sherman James Smith 
William Worthington Terr' 
Fred Moore Vinson, Jr. 



ALPHA RHO CHAPTER 



Established 1856 





KAPPA ALPHA 



Founded at Washington and Lee, 1865 



OFFICERS 

EDWARD EARL ALVERSON _ President 

JACK CLARY MURRELL Vice-President 

JOHN PEARSON JORDAN Secretary 

WILLIAM RANDOLPH TALBOTT, JR Treasurer 



John Hlaains Williams 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

William Haywood Moreland 
John Robert Taylor 



John Higqins Williams 



Norman W. Burgess 
Col. W. A. Burgess 
John Campbell 
Col. W. C. Couper 
Col. G. A. Derbyshire 
Samuel Duniap, Sr. 



FRATRES IN URBE 

Capt. W. B. Glbbs 
Benjamin Huger 
Benjamin Huger, Jr. 
Col. W. M. Hundley 
Capt. G. D. Letcher 
Capt. J. J. MacCarthay 



Col. Francis Mallory 
Major H. C. Mann 
Col. H. M. Read 
Major J. E. Townes 
S. B. Williamson 
Major G. D. Wiltshirs 



Edward Earl Alberson 
Ben Vance Blagg, II 



Richard Careton Eglln 
John Pearson Jordan 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Class of 1943 

Carroll Thomas Lay 
Macon Melville Long, Jr. 

Class of 1944 

Francis William James Lowry 
William Read Miller, III 
William Henry Oast 



William Charles McGraw, Jr 
Jack Clary Murrell 



Robert Emerson Smitherman 
William Randolph Talbott, Jr 



Walter Lapsley Carson, Jr 
Robert Oscar Crockett, Jr 
Thomas Miller French, Jr. 



Morton Bigger, Jr 
Ralph Ivey Faulk 



Class of 1945 

Robert Sidney Irons 
Bruce Keener, III 

Class of 1946 

Donald Eraser Murray 
Franklin Bert Pulley 
Ray Sammons Smith, Jr 



Charles Binns Tebbs 
Henry Breckinridge Vance 
Albert Zimmermann, Jr. 



Robert Douglas Vroon 
David Allen Wells 



ALPHA CHAPTER 



Established 1865 





Fi 


rst 


Row: 




AN 


versoi 




Blaqq 




Lo 


nq 




Ml 


jrrell 



Second Ro 

Eglm 
Jordan 

Lowry 

McGrjw 

Miller 



Th 


ird Row; 




Oast 




Talbott 




Carson 




Crockcft 




French 



Keene. 
Smithei 
Tebbs 
Vance 



Bigger 
Faulk 
Murray 
Pulley 



Sixth Row: 

Smith 
Thompson 




Llllard McEwan Ailor 



Cnarles Joseph Devine, Jr. 
Edward Ferauson Devol, Jr 



Harry Lee Harner 
William John Keery 

Louis Marshall Chadwick Denit 
Patrick Campbell Devine 
David Peques Hauseman 



ALPHA TAU OMEGA 



Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1865 



OFFICERS 

GEORGE TWYMAN WOOD President 

JAMES CLIFFORD EVANS , . , . ' Vice-President 

CHARLES JOSEPH DEVINE. JR Secretary 

LILLARD McEWAN AILOR Treasurer 

FRATER IN FACULTATE 

Harry Killinger Young 

FRATER IN URBE 

Matthew W. Paxton, Jr. 

FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Class of 1943 
Joseph Tyler Bowie Horace Jackson Cary, III 

Class of 1944 

James Clifford Evans Alexander Hamilton Walker 

Leon Harris, Jr. George Twyman Wood 

Robert Baird Taylor 

Class of 1945 

Walter Howell Lee William Mills Otter 

Howard William Vanderbilt 
Class of 1946 

Lawrence Jennings, II McFall Kerbey, Jr. 

Thomas Edgar Houston, II George Mariner Schleich 

Albert Russell Van Riper. Jr. 



VIRGINIA BETA CHAPTER 



Established 1865 





Gary 

Devine, C. J. 

Devol 



Second Ro 

Evans 
Harris 
Taylor 
Wood 



Third Row: 

Harner 



Fourth Row 




De-:t 




Devine, F 


'. c. 


Hausemar 




Jennings 





Fifth Row: 

Houston 
Kerbey 
Schleich 
Van RipE 





s I i; 



\ CHI 



>U-. fd 



^ 

^ 



Ben p. Ainsworth 

Dr. Georoe H. Denny 



Ben Weille DiUo 



Albert Fischer Breitung 
George Edward Calvert 
James Pryor Gilman 



John Hestwood Caiey 
Hugh Maitland Figgatt. Jr 
John McKenzle Gunn, Jr. 



Janes Henry Baldwin. Jr. 
Robert Wiliiem Fraser 
Maddox Francis Johnston 
Oliver Wood McClintock. Jr 



Founded at Miami University, 1855 



OFFICERS 

GEN WEILLE DITTO President 

JOHN RICHARD JEFFREY Vice-President 

CHARLES RODMAN MARTIN Secretary 

JAMES CARROLL WALKER Tieasurer 

FRATRES IN URBE 

Gen. Charles E. Kilbourne Dr. Robert Hunger 

Samuel Wright Rayder 

FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Class of 1943 

Lee Mountcastle Kenna James Carroll Walker 

James Earle McCausland 

Class of 1944 

Charles Borden Jackson Edward Paul Lyons, Jr. 

John Richard Jeffrey John Francis Roehl 

James Edgar Withrow 

Class of 1945 

David Lloyd Jones John Fleming Mertz 

David Dodge McClintock Hugh Etherton Reams, II 

Myron James McKee, Jr. Robert James Taylor 
Charles Rodman Martin 

Class of 1946 

Wiley Al-.vysius McGehee.Jr. John Culbertson Short, Jr. 

Ted Brelsford Martin Richard Burton Stockton 

Merle Pressly Mead Charles Barrington Tome 

Joseph Nance Moffatt Edmund Sheldon Willis 



ZETA CHAPTER 



Established 1866 





First Row: 




Ditto 




Kenna 




McCausifl 


nd 


Walker 




Breitung 





Jackson 

Jeffrey 



Third Row: 

Withrow 
Casey 
Figgatt 
Gunn 



Fourth Row: 

Jones 

McClintock, D. D. 
McKee 

Martin, C. R. 
Mertz 



Fifth Re 



Johnston 




McCllnfoct, 0. 


W,, J 


• 




Sixth Row: 




McGehee 




McMinn 




Martin, T. B. 




Mead 




Moffaff 




e 




Seventh Row: 




Short 




Sfoctton 




Tome 










Virgil Cornelius Adams, Jr. 
James Roland Camm 
Joseph Franklin Ellis, Jr. 

John Lawrence Barrett 
Jay Deardorft Cook 
Kendall King Fish 



Henry Stansbury Ashe 
Joe HIggins Bagley 
William Lake Doyle 
Jack Jay Dreyer 

Charles Edwin Belcher 
William Porter Burnett 
Ambrose Clinton Givens 
John Clinton Harper. II 



SIGMJ\ ALPHA EPSILOI 



Founded at the University of Alabama, 1856 



OFFICERS 

JOSEPH FRANKLIN ELLIS, JR. President 

ALBERT GALLATIN RHEA. Ill Vice-President 

WILLIAM PERRIN NICOLSON, III Secretary 

ROBERT COULBOURNE MEHORTER Treasurer 

FRATER IN FACULTATE 

Frank Johnson Gilliam 

FRATRES IN URBE 

L. Forester W. M. McElwee 

FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Class of 1943 

William Joseph Noonan. Jr. 



John Newton Peeples 
Albert Gallatin Rhea, 111 

Class of 1944 

James Matthew Godwin. Jr. 
Clifton Rodes Hood 
John Newton McCormick 
Robert Coulbourne Mehorter 

Class of 1945 

Charles Niles Grosvenor 
Stuart Allan McAllister 
Elver Webster McLeod. Jr. 

Class of 1946 

Thomas Hammond Mansel 
Allison Nailor Miller, Jr. 
George Walker Moore 
George Cooper Morris, Jr. 
William Carr Olendorf 



Richard Hance Shepard 
Neil Ewing Tasher 



Robert Henry Moore, Jr. 
William Perrin Nicolson. Ill 
Lloyd Luther Ward 



William Harry Naylor 
Roland Clark Rhea 
Robert Glenn Walker 
Guy Edwin Yaste, Jr. 

William Carter Shinn 
Joseph Lyie Simpson 
Edward Wheeler Thomas 
William Albert Warde 



VIRGINIA SIGMA CHAPTER 



Established 1867 




^ ^^ P H I G A M M A D [ L T A 

ri'f . Founded at Washington and Jefferson, 1848 

^^>^ OFFICERS 

^JSa^ CHARLES WILLIAM SWINFORD . .- President 

GEORGE ROBERT ESHELMAN Treasurer 

WILLIAM KEARNEY SEVIER Secretary 

FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

William Gleason Bean Ollinqer Crenshav/ George Junlin Irwin 

Francis Pendleton Gaines 

FRATRES IN URBE 

Charles Glasgow 

FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Class of 1943 
George Robert Eshelman William Kearney Sevier James Stanley Sutherland, III 

Kenneth Rene Merrill Charles William Swinford 

Class of 1944 

Roger Lee Campbell John Francis Ginestra Edmund Pond Lawrence 

Robert James Hiltabrand Grant Earle Mouser, III 

Class of 1945 

John Erastus Amis. Jr. Edward Burton Evans Milton Hannibal Smith 

Ralph Hugh Boolmeyer Robert Scott Jaster Hugh Tabor Verano 

Class of 1946 

Thomas Guy Chisari Louis Robert Hahn, Jr. Samuel Hobart Lockett, Jr. 

Roland Edward Cote John Bostwick Holley Harold Gorham Mouser 

Robert Hugh Flannlgan Fleet Syndor Hughlett George Gary Simpich 

John Jacob Steitz, III 

ZETA DEUTERON 

Established 1868 _,^_„_.^ . 





First Row: 

Eshelrran 
Merrill 



Second Row: 

Swinford 
Campbell 
Ginestra 
Hiltabrand 



Mouser, G. E. 



Jaster 
Smith 
Verano 



Cote 

Flanr„ga 

Hafin 



Hughlett 
Lockett 
Mouser. H. G. 



Seventh Row: 

Simpich 
Steitz 





k 



k A P P H SIGMA 



Founded at University of Virginia, IE 



OFFICERS 

VERNON BURNETT MILLSAP ... • President 

DAVID RHODES EMBRY Vice-President 

CHARLES LEWIS RAST, JR Secretary 

ROBERT FRANCIS MacCACHRAN Treasurer 



Wliliarn Brown 
William Drewrv 



Jack Sewell Evans 
Beverly Thomas Fltzpatrlck 
John Mallory Hackney, Jr. 

Kenneth Lassiter Coghlll 
David Rhodes Embry 
William Benjamin Gelse, Jr. 

Paul Randolph Byrd 
William Wallace Dutton. Jr. 
Kenneth Wallace Hovermale 



William Douglas Cooper 
Eugene Inman Deas 
Ray Harris Dovell 



FRATRES IN URBE 

Charles E, Friend 
Richafd M. Irby 
Earl Morgan 

FRATER IN FACULTATE 

Pobci' Henry Tuc'er 

FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Class of 1943 

Robert Francis MacCachran 
Barton Wistar Morris, Jr. 

Class of 1944 

Richard Lewis Heaid 
Vernon Burnett Millsap 

Class of 1945 

William Courtney Kmq, Jr. 
Dick Mayo Lykes 
Alfred McKnight, Jr. 
Robert James Bell Mahon, Jr 

Class of 1946 

John Willard Johnston 
Thomas Carter Lee 
Oble Paul Leonard. Jr. 



Robert E. Witt 
Robert R. Witt 



I. V. Runyan 
Marrion Upshur Scott 
William Curtis Soule 

William Frederick Noll, Jr. 
Charles Lewis Rast, Jr. 
John Dobson Schofield, III 

Mathew Eugene O'Koefe 
John William Runyan, Jr. 
Jack Herschel York 



Harvey Daniel Smallwood 
Clifford Sperow 
William Ray Winder 



MU CHAPTER 



Established 1873 





Fitzpatrick 

Hackney 

MacCachran 



Second Row: 

Runyan, I. V. 



Soule 

Coghiil 

Embry 



Third Rov, 

Heard 
Millsap 
Noll 
Rast 



Fourth Row: 



Fifth Row: 




McKnight 




Mahon 




O'Keefe 




Runyan, J. W.. J 




York 




• 


Si 


xth Row: 




Cooper 




Deas 




Dovell 




Johnston 




Lee 




• 


Se 


venth Row: 




Leonard 




Small wood 




Sperow 




Winder 





S I G 



k N U 



Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1869 



OFFICERS 

WILLIAM GRAY SIZEMORE President 

ASHBY ROBERTSON CARVER Vice-President 

FRANK GOODPASTURE Secretary 

ROBERT EWING ^ . . . Treasurer 



-^-m. --^^^ 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Glover Dunn Hancock Richard A. Smith 



Jan^es Alexander 
Colcne: Bates 



FRATRES IN URBE 

Major Clarbon 
Ralph Daves 
Robert Hutcheson 



Colonel Carson 
J. T. Preston 



Robert Didwell Brainard, Jr 
James Herman Daves. Jr. 



Paul Dryden Barns 
James Frederick Berry 
Ashby Robertson Carver 
Wallace Edward Clayton 
Robert Ewing 

Herbert Lee Cover 
Robert Berry 
John Gonzales 

Paul James Bates 
William Dodd Byrne 
Robert Charles Harter 
Jon William Hemann 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Class of 1943 

Malcolm Arnold Deans, Jr. 
William Cabrillo Hamilton 
Harry Clyde Keller 

Class of 1944 

John George Fox 
Frank Goodpasture, Jr. 
Robert Pendleton Haley 
Richmond Harrison Hamilton 

Class of 1945 

Frank Markoe, Jr. 

Everett Wilbur Newcomb, Jr, 

Class of 1946 

Charles Herndon 
Robert Ogden Johnson 
Frederick Pembroke Loeffler 
Paul Joseph Murphy 
David Alan Mullon 



Edmond Daniel Wells, Jr 
James William Wheater 



James Stafford Jefferson 
Louis Eugene Jorel 
Lloyd Jackson Lanich 
William Gray Sizemore 
Everett Joseph Schneider, Jr. 

Robert Eugene Ridenhour, III 
Charles Clinton Stieff, Jr. 
William Wesley Tatgenhorst, Jr 

George Ralph Peguillan 
Daniel Rose Reason 
Frederick Carlton Sage 
John Herbert Wouters 



LAMBDA CHAPTER 



Established 1882 




First Row: 

Broinard 



Hamilton, W. C. 

Keller 

Neilson 





PHI DELTA THETA 



Founded at Mi, 



OFFICERS 

ROBERT LAWRENCE GARGES 

BATES WILLIAM BRYAN ' 

EWING SLOAN HUMPHRIES, JR. . . . 
GEORGE WARREN PRIEST 



,ity, IE 



President 

■-President 

Secietary 

Treasurer 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 
E. S. Mattlnqly Seymour A. Smith 

FRATRES IN URBE 
Colonel Murray Edwards Colonel Hunter Pendleton 



Bryan 



Class of 1943 

Robert Lawrence Garqes 



Philip Allen Sellers 



Class of 1944 

William Frederick Allison Weinq Sloan Humphries 



Edwara Burke Addison 

John Baxter Atkins 

John Frederick Burger 

Stanrod Tucker Carmichael 

John Hampton Churchwell, Jr. 

David Clark 

William Cunningham Crittenden 



Class of 1945 

David Wendell Forrster 
Thomas Haller Jackson, . 
Charles Mabin Johnson 
John McDowell King 
John Thomas Lanier 
Erwin David Latimer, III 
Floyd Wilcox McRae, Jr 
Tom Moore, Jr. 



Ethelbert Graham Norton 
Harry Hobson Orgain. Jr, 
Gurdon Horton Smith 
Lucius Stone Smith 
William Hartell Toney 
Collier Wenderoth, Jr. 
Barry Wright, Jr. 



Francis Gireauit Addison 
Clifford B. Beasley. Jr. 
Frank Berry 

Robert Mark Blaydes. Jr. 
Thomas Case 



Class of 1946 

Robert Nichols Cutting 
William Wright Daniel, Jr 
Clarence Nicholson Friers* 
Tony Godwin Hail 



Howell Tilford Hunt 
Charles Peter Jacobsen, 
Walter Hanes Lancaste 
Charles Moore Weeks 
Howard Coles Wilkins 



VIRGINIA ZETA CHAPTER 





First Row: 

Bryan 



Second Row: 

H'j-nphries 
Addison, E. 
Atkins 
Burner 
Carmichael 



Third Row: 
Cnurchwell 
Clark 
Crittenden 
Foerster 
Jackson 



Fourth Row 

Johnson 



Norton 
Orgain 



Fifth Row: 

Srr-ith, G. H. 
Smith, L. S. 
Addison, F. G. 
Beasley 



Berry 



Sixth Row: 

Blaydes 
Case 
Cutting 
Daniel 



H,3I 

Hur.t 

Lancasle 

Weeks 

Wilk.ns 





PI KAPPA AlPH A 



Founded at University of Virginia, 1869 



OFFICERS 

LEO JAMES SIGNAIGO, JR President 

ARTHUR THOMPSON, JR ' Vice-President 

EASTHAM WALLER DUDLEY Secretary 

WILLIAM McCOY, JR Treasurer 



-«^- 



FRATER IN FACULTATE 

Clayton Epes Williams 



FRATER IN URBE 

A. Willis Robeitson 



Thonnpson Crocl:eti Bowen, Jr 
Adalbert Beard Conley, Jr. 
Henry Bowen Crockett 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Class of 1943 

Eas+ham Waller Dudley 
Alexander Marrs Harman, Jr. 
Porter Thompson H. McCauley 
William McCoy, Jr. 



Leo James Signaigo, Jr. 
Herbert Grooms Smith, Jr 
Arthur Thompson, Jr. 



Clarence Eugene Balle'nger, Jr 
William Burris Bryan 



Class of 1944 

James Withers Davis, Jr. 
James William Harman, Jr 



Robert Atkinson Hite 
James Caleb Stanfield 



William Alexander Davidson 
Edv.'in Joseph Gorman 
Samuel Laird Harman, Jr. 



Austin Scudder Callav/ay 
Stephen Girard Cooley 
Sidney Mathias B. Coulling. Ill 



Class of 1945 
William Agnew Howland 
Russell Wrlgley Ingham 

Class of 1946 

James Preston Fisher, Jr. 
Wade Hampton Haislip. IV 
Richard Challice Hayden, Jr 
James Gordon Kincheloe 



Henry Wise Kelly, Jr. 

Richard Adair Kimball 

James Elliott Hubber McCauley 



James Alexander Ottignon 
George Benn Stott 
Albert Harold Woodruff 



P I 



CHAPTER 



Established 1892 





Crockett 
Dudley 
Harman, A. M. 



Second Row: 

t>^cCauley, P. T. H. 

SIgnaigo 

Smith 

Thompson 



Third Row: 

Ballenger 

Bryan 

Davis 

Harman, J. W. 

Hite 



Fourth Row: 

Stanfield 
Davidson 
Gorman 
Harman, 5 L. 
Howland 



Fifth Row: 

Ingham 

Kelly 

Kimball 

l^cCauley. J. E. H. 

Callaway 



Sixth Row: 

Cooley 

CouHinq 

Fisher 

Haislip 

Hayden 



Seventh Row 

Kincheloe 
Ottignon 
Stott 
Woodruff 




PHI i\n\ SKUA 



Founded at the University of Pennsylvania, 1850 



OFFICERS 

ROY LAWRENCE WHEELER President 

URIAH GREY FLOWERS, JR. ... ' Vice-President 

JOHN IRLAND WOOD Secretary 

CORNEAL BERNARD MYERS, JR Treasurer 



Lewis W. Adan 



PRATERS IN FACULTATE 

Lucius Junius Desha 



Rev. JaTies Bethea 
Mercer Graham 



Charles Cyrus Adams 
Frederick Milton Allen 
Clifford Day. Jr. 
Uriah Grey Flowers. Jr. 



William Harry Baugher 
Rcbbins Ladew Gates 



PRATERS IN URBE 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Class of 1943 

Vincent Anthony Ignico 
Raymond Gordon Long 
Corneal Bernard Myers, Jr. 

Class of 1944 

James Morrison Hutcheson, Jr 
Melvln Carl Johnson 



Paul Mason Shuford 
Sanders Perry Simmons, III 
Roscoe Bolar Stephenson, Jr 
Roy Lawrence Wheeler 



Eugene Russell Marable, Jr 
Roy Bauqher Simmons 



Robert Kerr Billingslea, Jr 
Robert Edward Jaclcson 
John Thomas Kibler. Jr. 



Class of 1945 

Robert Bruce McCutcheon 
Alexander Ludlam Michaux, Jr 
John Maurice Miller, Jr. 



Lawrence Gordon Miller, Jr 
John Irland Wood 
Charles Richard Working 



Littieberry James Boxley 
C. Donald Brenner 
Carroll Harris Fov.-lkes 



Class of 1946 

Robert Homan Gray 
Don Roger Marsh, Jr. 
Charles Wellford Pinnell 



Martin Beach Schultz 
Robert LeRoy Warfield 
Charles Jenkins Williams 



ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER 



Established l£ 





First Row: 
Adams 
Allen 
Flowers 
Ignico 
Johnson 



Myers 
Shuford 

Simmons. 5. P. 
Stephenson 



ird 


Row: 


W 


netier 


G= 


tes 


Hi 


tcheson 


M 


rable 



Fourth Row: 

Jackson 
Kibler 

McCutcheon 
Miller. J. M. 
Miller, L. G. 



Fifth Row: 



Fowlke- 

Gray 

Marsh 



Sixth Row: 

Pinnell 
Schultz 
Warfleld 
Williamso 





DELTA TAU DEIU 



Founded at Bethany College. 1859 



OFFICERS 

CHARLES LYNCH CHRISTIAN. JR President 

JAMES HASKELL O'CONNOR . .' Vice-President 

GORDON LOCKE SIBLEY Secretary 

CALHOUN BOND Treasurer 



Calhoun Bond 
William Allen Fuller 



Charles Lynch Christian, Jr 
William Prentiss McKelway 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Class of 1943 

Lawrence Weiner Galloway 

Class of 1944 

James Haskell OOonnor 
A. Willis Robertson, Jr. 
Gordon Locke Sibley, Jr. 



Donald Everett Garretson 
William Arthur Webster, Jr 



Lawrence Clifton Sulliva 
Donald Dominic Welch 



Emmett Warren Barger, Jr 
Harry Franklin Brown 
Robin Wayne Chamness 
Richard Lee Corbin 
John Letcher Crist, Jr. 



Class of 1945 

William Robert Gaines 
Charles Everett Lewis. Jr. 
Raymond Eugene Norman 
Robert Elwood Norman 
Robert John O'Leary 



Kenneth George Puller 
Lee R. Redmond 
Charles Spurgeon Rowe 
Lloyd Hollingsworth Smith, Jr 
Richard Hancock Turley 



Joseph Porter Adams 
Daniel Hurlbut Ball 
William du Bois Bien 
Frank Crouch Brooks 
Beniamln Merton Brown, Jr 
Homer Stafford Bryant, Jr. 
John Henry Cheatham, Jr. 
Hediey Arthur Clark. Jr. 



Class of 1946 

James Fielder Cook 
Rodney Mims Cook 
Roy Jackson Fahl, Jr. 
John Gately 
David Campbell Gibson 
James Coulbourn Holloran, 
John Buford Hudson 
Ben Franklin Huntley, III 



Edward Faucette Jones 
Donald Robert Moxham 
John Bowen Palenske 
Robert Edwin Rogue 
Thomas Randall 
James Lee Scott, Jr. 
Harry Walker Wellford 
Roger Merifield Winborr 



PHI CHAPTER 



Established 1896 



i^'S^IF' 





First Row: 
Bond 
Fuller 
Webster 
Christian 
McKelway 
O'Conner 



Second Row: 

Slble/ 

Sullivun 

Welch 

Barger 

Brown, H, F. 

Chamness 



Third Row: 

Corbin 

Crist 

Gaines 

Lewis 

Norman, Robt. E. 

O'Leary 



Fourth Row: 



Smith 
Turlev 



Sixth Row: 





Cook, J. F. 




Cook, R. M 




Fahl 




Gately 




Gibson 




• 


s 


sventh Row: 




Holloran 




Hudson 




Huntley 




Jones 




Moxham 

Palensfce 




• 


E 


ghth Row: 




Pogue 




Randall 




Scott 




Wellford 




Winborne 







• *• 




V P I K A P P A P H I 






Founded at College of Charleston, 1904 



OFFICERS 




JEAN LEE BENSON , 


.... President 


EARLE PALMER BROWN 


Treasurer 


ROY DRAKE WITTE 


Secretary 


RICHARD STANLEY WATSON 


Historian 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 
Ravmon T. Johnson Earle Kerr Paxton 



Jean Lee Benson 
Richard John Bromley 
Richard Douglas Butler 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Class of 1943 
Albert Darius Darby, Jr. 
Stephen Edward Hanasilc 
John Bruce Handy, Jr. 



Harold Willard Laughlin 
Allen Jett Sharitz 
Curtis Robert Welborn 



Earle Palmer Brown 



Class of 1944 

William Ralph Krausman 
Allen Ferrier Turner 



Richard Stanley Watson 



Charles Ellsha Eldrldge 



Class of 1945 

Arthur John Hack, Jr. 
David Westbrook Haring 



Herbert Nathan Hamric, Jr 



Class of 1946 

Fredrick Robert Landrigan 
Edwin Samuel Pickett 



Malcolm Tenney. Jr 



RHO CHAPTER 



Established 1920 




-jct:f^tie:--^ 



■^aats-J^-f- 




Second Row 

Handy 
Laughlin 
Sharltz 
Welborn 



Third Row: 

Brown 
Turner 
Watson 
Eldridge 



Fourth Ro»s 

H.ick 



Fifth Row: 

Landriqa 

Pickett 

Tenney 




I^.t.|^\^ ZETA BETA TAU 

O^^jr'^l^i^BJRBij^" k^ Founded at City College of New York. 1898 

t=^J *" ~Tf ' .._g^ OFFICERS 

^^^_.Jy^', ..y' ^SSPF'^^, ■^'^^ ARMAND SILVERSTEIN President 

"'^"" ^v EDWIN ALBERT ZELNICKER, JR Vice-President 

RALPH IRWIN COHEN Secretary 

ABE LEON CAHN Treasurer 

FRATER IN URBE 

Isaac Weinberg 

FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Class of 1943 
Ralph Irwin Cohen Melvin Henry Schept Edwin Albert Zelnicker 

Jay Armand Silverstein 

Class of 1944 
Abe Leon Cahn Bertram Jett Myers - Stanley Elliott Sacks 

Class of 1945 

Neilson November Sam Silverstein 

Class of 1946 
Phlllio Jordan Silverstein Donatd Stuart Hillman Shepherd Warren Zinovoy 

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ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER i jWm' ^^^^^^^-:..^ *. •-. 

Established 1920 ^BoSltml I l^] tSUtf W^" ^^mt- ."'^ 

Ml 11 ^- 
" II litt 

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PHI [ P S I I N PI 

Founded at City College of New York, 1904 
1 ^ 

^ I OFFICERS 

^^^^.--^^ HENRY HARRIS SCHEWEL President 

~ eipcT^" ,,^„ RICHARD DANIEL NORDEN . . . .' Vice-President 

ROBERT THOMAS GOLDENBURG Secretary 

LEON GARBER Treasurer 

: FRATRES IN URBE 

David Grossman Louis Lyons 

FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Class of 1943 

Richard Daniel Norden Edward Howard Scherr 

Class of 1944 
Leon Garber Henry Harris Schewel 

Class of 1945 

Robert Thonnas Goldenberg Elliot Sidney Scliewel Robert Marshall Sherwood 

Beniarnin twlayer Kap'an Joseph Michael Zamoisi;i 

Class of 1946 . - , ■■ ~ - 

Allen Bauer Jack Leslie Grossman 

Norman Fischer, Jr. Arthur Leigh Morris. II 

Jerome David Greenberg Dan Char,ning Pinck 

DELTA CHAPTER 

Established 1920 




LAMBDA CHI HPHA 






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Founded at Boston University, 1909 



OFFICERS 

FREDERIC KENNEDY RIPPETOE President 

RICHARD JAMES HOUSKA Vice-President 

EARL MAXWELL VICKERS Secretary 

KENELM LAWRENCE SHIRK, JR Treasurer 



FRATER IN FACULTATE 

Lewis Keii- J.-hns,-r 

FRATER IN URBE 

Warren E. Tilson 



William Montgomery Carson 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 
Class of 1943 

James Walter Davis 
Richard James Houska 



Kenelm Lawrence Shirk, Jr 



William Hampton Furman 



George Henry Bov/ers, III 
Robert Eugene Burriss, III 
Fred Richmond CoHrell 



Alden Scott Anderson 
Robert Sanders Brown, Jr 
James Tllghman Earle 



Class of 1944 

Charles Eugene Savedge 
Frederic Kennedy Rippetoe 

Class of 1945 

Landon Ashton Dowdey, II 
Edgar Dean Finney 
Wesley Chandler Marsh 
Sladwyn Kinqsley Noble 

Class of 1946 

John Raymond French 
Eugene Emanuel Griese, Jr. 
Robert Hill Lynn 
Robert Corbin Maddox 



John Dominic Rulevlch 



Philip Powers Page, Jr, 
William Hubert Schlndel 
Earl Maxwell Vlckers 



Russell Burton Reynolds, Jr 
Robert James Smith 
James Oliver Webb 



GAMMA PHI ZETA CHAPTER 



Established 1922 





THE CYRUS McCORMICK STATUE AND THE COLONADE 





ost of +he campus organizations conflnued their functions dur- 
ing the 1942-43 school year but virtually all were forced by con- 
ditions to modify their activities. Most important organizations at 
Washington and Lee this year were the various reserve units, which 
cooperated in a mass recruiting drive on the campus last October. 
The Army, the Navy, the Marines, and both the Army and Navy 
Air Corps asked for volunteers at that time. 





LEE KENNA 



nUDEH BODY 

OFFICERS 

LEE MOUNTCASTLE KENNA President 

BATES WILLIAM BRYAN Vice-President 

LAWRENCE WERNER GALLOWAY , ^ . Secretary 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

PAUL DOUGLAS BROWN Senior Law 

CHARLES WILLIAM SWINFORD , . . Junior Law 

JAY A. SILVERSTEIN Senior-at-Large 

M. R. NELSON Senior-at-Large 

WILLIAM PRENTISS McKELWAY . Junior Academic 
ROBERT O, CROCKETT, JR. Sophomore Academic 
GEORGE C. MORRIS, JR. , Freshman Academic 
JOSEPH F. ELLIS, JR Publications Board 



Front Row, Lett to Right: Brown, Silverstein, Swinford, Ellis, Morris, t^cKelway and Crockett. Second Row: Left 
to Right: Bryan. Kenna and Galloway, Third Row, Left to Right: Zonibro, Vaughan, Noonan and Myers. 






PUBLimiOKS BOARD 

OFFICERS 

CORNEAL B. MYERS, JR President 

WALTER R. BROWDER Vice-President 

EDWIN F. ROBB, JR Secretary 

JOSEPH F. ELLIS. JR. . . . Executive Committeeman 

MEMBERS 

Faculty 

Lewis Whitaker Adams John Higgins Williams 

Calyx 

ALBERT D. DARBY, JR Editor 

EDWIN F. ROBB, JR Business Manager 

CALHOUN BOND Editor of 1942 CALYX 

LEE M. KENNA . . Business Mgr. of 1940 CALYX 

Rlng-Tum-Phl 

JOSEPH F. ELLIS, JR Editor 

CORNEAL B. MYERS, JR Business Manager 

Southern Collegian 

WALTER R. BROWDER Editor 

WILLIAM H. ARMSTRONG . Business Manager 

Front Row, left to right, Ada 
Back Row, left to right, Darbv, B 




CORNEAL MYERS 



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Browder. Myers, Ellis and Williams. 
Rayder, Robb, Armstrong and K» 





First Row, Left to Right; 
R. Moore, Lykes. Darby. 
Orgain and Smith. Second 
Row: Sunn. Martin. Hor- 
nickel and Devine. Third 

Ise. G. Moore, 
Tatgenhorst and 

eenberg. 



Row: ( 



Seated: Robb. Standing. 
Left to Right: Brown. Ad- 
dison. Mankin. Christian 
McKee. Lanier and Belcher! 




The 1943 

(ALYX 

ALBERT D. DARBY, JR Editor 

EDWIN F. ROBB, JR Business Manager 

J. G. LaPLANTE Business Manager 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

Bob Burrlss Jack Amis Charlie Martin 

Bob Moore John Gunn Frank Johnson 

Dick Watson Bill Gelse Wes Marsh 

David Clark Bob Goldenberg Dick Lykes 

Jack Crist Harry Orqaln Bill Tatgenhorst 

HoHy Smith Howard Gibson Dick Bartlebaugh 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Lynch Christian Bud Smith Myron McKee 

Charles Savedge Wes Marsh Charles Stone 

Ed Addison Ad Lanier 

'F^^ ■ijll>.~s 

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f> 





Ring Turn Phi 



Ki^'Mm 



JOSEPH F. ELLIS, JR 




Edit 


CORNEAL B. MYERS 


JR, 


. . Business Manag 


EDITORIAL 


STAFF 


K. L. Shirk, Jr, 




Clancy Johnson 


Bill Talbott 




Ed Jackson 


Gordon Sibloy 




Dick Bartlebauqh 


A. L. Cahn 




Jack Gonzales 


Cha. 


es R 


owe 


BUSINESS 


STAFF 


Bill Talbott 




Jerry Close 


Lin Holton 




Sam Silverstein 


Bin Tatgenhorst 




Charles Adams 


Bruce Quayle 




Dick Corbin 


Eugen 


e Ma 


rable 



mmwmmmit ;: 





Seated, Left to Right: Sib- 
ley, Ellis, Shirk, Cahn and 
Talbott. Standing, First 
Row: Smallwood, Bien 
Vickers, Gonzales, Loeffler 
Johnson, Deans, Jackson 
Keller, Rowe, Bartlebaugh 
Hillman and Peguillan 
Back Row: Holley and 



Seated, Left to Right: 
Close, Quayle, Myers, Size- 
more and Silverstein. 
Standing, Left to Right: 
McGehee, Mankin, Amis, 
Reason and Tatgenhorst. 




ARMSTRONG 



SOUTHERN 



C L L E G I /\ 



WALT BROWDER Editor 

BILL ARMSTRONG Business Manager 

WALT VAN GELDER Art Editor 

ED ZELNICKER Make-up Editor 

LITERARY STAFF 

Elliott Schewel A. L. Cahn 

Wally Clayton Webster McLeod 

Earle P. Brown Bruce Quayle 

Bob Hite Bob Irons 

Bill Schinde! 

FINANCE STAFF 

Dean Finney John Kammerer 

J. W. Fitch Bob Seal 

David Foerster Sam Silverstein 

Richard Watson 



Hrst Row. Left to Right: 
Clayton, Zelnicker. Brow- 
der. HIte and Davis. Sec- 
ond Row: Devine. McLeod. 
Ouayle and Irons. Third 
Row: Winder. Fraser. Hol- 
ley and Hlllman. Fourth 
Row: Byrns and Washing. 
ton. 



Seated. Left to Right: Seal. 
Watson. Armstrong. Kam- 
merer and Silverstein. 
Standing. Left to Right: 
Forester. Reason and Fin- 




OFFICERS 

JAMES CARROLL WALKER President 

CHARLES WILLIAM SWINFORD Vice-President 

EDWARD HOWARD SCHERR Secretary 

MEMBERS 

JAMES G. LaPLANTE, MORRISON RAY NELSON Phi Kappa Psl 

THOMAS C. WILSON, JR., JOHN W. McSEHEE, JR Beta Theta Pi 

EDWARD E. ALVERSON. WILLIAM R. TALBOn, JR Kappa Alpha 

GEORGE T. WOOD, LILLARD M. AILOR Alpha Tau Omega 

BEN W. DITTO, JAMES C. WALKER Sigma Chi 

ALBERTO. RHEA, III. ROBERTO. MEHORTER Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

CHARLES W. SWINFORD, GEORGE R. ESHElMAN Phi Gamma Delta 

VERNON B. MILLSAP, ROBERT F. MacCACHREN Kappa Sigma 

WILLIAM G. SIZEMORE, ROBERT EWING Sigma Nu 

ROBERT L. GARGES, GEORGE W. PRIEST Phi Delta Theta 

LEO J. SIGNAIGO, WILLIAM McCOY, JR Pi Kappa Alpha 

ROSCOE B. STEPHENSON, JR., CORNEAL B. MYERS, JR Phi Kappa Sigma 

CHARLES L. CHRISTIAN, JR., CALHOUN BOND Delta Tau Delta 

JEAN L BENSON, ALLEN J. SHARITZ Pi Kappa Phi 

JAY ARMAND SILVERSTEIN, ABE L. CAHN Zeta Beta Tau 

HENRY H. SCHEWEL, LEON GARBER Phi Epsilon Pi 

FREDERICK K. RIPPETOE, KENELM L SHIRK Lambda Chi Alpha 



IITER-FRHnRIITY COUNCIL 













First 


Ro« 


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Siq 


naigo. 


McC 


3V, 


be 




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SwI 


nford, 


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and 


Mac- 


Cach 




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econd 


Row, 


Left 


to 


iight: 


LaPId 


nte 


c 


a h n. 


Bensc 


n 


Eshe 


Iman, 


Bone 


ar 


d 


Chris- 


tian. 


Third 


Row. 


Left 


to 


Rl 


g h t: 


Sizerr 


ore, 




wing 


bilve 


stein 


, 


iryan. 


A 1 V 


e r s 


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and 


Shirk 


Fo 


urth 


Row: 


Shari 


tl, 


M V 


e r s 


Whe 


ler 


G 


arber 


and 


Talh 


ott. 


Fifth 


Row: 


Eir 


S, IV 


ehor- 



PHI BETA UPPA 



OFFICERS 

ROBERT WILLIAM DICKEY President FITZGERALD FLOURNOY 

ALLEN W, MOGER Secretary-Tieasurer 



Vice-President 



William Gleasc:^ Bean 
Robert F. Bradley 
Ollinaer Crenshaw 
Lucius Junius Desha 
Robert William Diclcey 
Fitzqerald Flournoy 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Francis Pendleton Gaines 
John Alexander Graham 
Glover Dunn hiancock 
Leonard Clinton Helderman 
Edwin Henry Howard 
James Lewis Howe 
William Dana Hoyt 



Ruppert Nelson Latture 
Allen W. Moger 
Merton Ogden Phillips 
Theodore A. Smedley 
Livingston Waddell Smith 
Robert Henry Tucke'- 



William Henry Armstrong 
Carlyle Westbroolc Barritt 
Walter Reese Browder 
Richard Earle Cooke 
Joseph Franklin Ellis, Jr. 
Donald Everett Garretson 
Robert Francis Johnson 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Houston Magill Kimbrouqh 
Francis William Lowry 
John Webster McGehee. Jr. 
Corneal Bernard Myers 
Morrison Ray Nelson 
Kenelm Lawrence Shirk, Jr. 



Jay Armand Sllverstein 
Albert Daniel Tull 
Robert Turnbull Vaughan 
William Stillwell Wilcox 
Thomas Carlyle Wilson, Jr. 
Norman Francis Wyatt 
Edwin Albert Zelnicker, Jr. 



Robert Fil 



ALUMNI INITIATES 
Norfletf 



P. Staples 



OmCHOI DELTH K H P P A 



National Honorary Leadership Society 



WILLIAM CURTIS SOULE 



Forest Fletcher 
Charles Glasgow 

Lewis Whitaker Adams 
Lucius Junius Desha 
Robert William Dickey 
Fitzgerald Flournoy 
Francis Pendleton Galne 

Llllard McEwan Allor 
Edward Earl Alverson 
Calhoun Bond 
Paul Douglas Brown 
Bates Wnliam Bryan 
Robert Oscar Crockett 
Albert Darius Darby, Jr. 
James Herman Daves 



OFFICERS 

President LAWRENCE WERNER GALLOWAY 

WILLIAM GRAY SIZEMORE . - . Secretary-Treasurer 



Vice-President 



Ma 



FRATRES IN URBE 

Gen. C. E. Kilbou.ne 



FRATRES IN FACULTATE 

Frank Johnson Gilliam 
John Alexander Graham 
James Lewis Howe 
Raymond T. Johnson 

FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Joseph Franklin Ellis, Jr. 
Beverly Thomas Fitzpatrick 
Lawrence Werner Gallov/ay 
Samuel John Graham, Jr. 
Lee Montcastle Kenna 
William Prentis McKelway 
Vernon Burnett Mlllsap 
Corneal Bernard Myers, Jr. 

HONORARY INITIATE 

Allen Wesley Moger 
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Richard A. Smith 
Warren E. Tllson 



Ruppert Nelson Latture 
William Haywood Moreland 
Robert Henry Tucker 
Edward Parker Twombly 
Clayton Epes Williams 

Morrison Ray Nelson 
William Joseph Noonan, Jr. 
Edwin Fleming Robb, Jr. 
Jay Armand Sllverstein 
William Gray SIzemore 
Lloyd Hollingsworth Smith, Jr. 
William Curtis Soule 
George Twyman Wood 



Front Row, Left to Right: Howe, Diclev 
Moger, and Desha. Second Row, Left t< 
son, Myers, Hoyt, Silverstein, Kimbroi 
Smedley. Third Row, Left to Right: , 
Lowry and Bean, 



, Latture. Crenshaw, 
Right: Wilcox, Nei- 
gh, McGehee, and 
.rmstrong, Johnston. 




Front 


Row 


, Left to 


Right 


Ne 


Ison, 


Noona 


n. Darby, F 


tzpat 


rick. 


Mye 


s, Robb, 


Slzem 


ore. 


and 


Alverson. Middle 


Row 


Left 


to R 


ght: Matt 


ingly, 


Gill 


am, 


Kenna, 


Latture, Flo 


urnoy 


Willi 


ams, 


and How 


e. Back 


Row, 


Left 


to Right: 


3rown 


Desh 


a, So 


jle, Allor, 


Wood 


Ell 


s, G 


alloway. 


McKelway, 


Bond 






Moger, 


and 


SilvE 


rstein. 







PHI [T^ sunn 



Freshman Honorary 
Washington and Lee Chapter 

OFFICERS 

WILLIAM J. NOONAN, JR President WILLIAM C. CRITTENDEN Secretary 

HENRY N. SCHEWEL Vice-President LAWRENCE C. SULLIVAN Treasurer 

DAVID H. SMITH Historian 

MEMBERS 
Faculty 

Frank Johnson Gilliam John Higgins Williams Lewis Kerr Johnson 

Students 

William H. Armstrong Thomas H. Jacbon Charles L, Rast 

Carlyle W. Barrltt ' Charles M. Johnson Edward H. Scherr 

George S. Barrows Robert F. Johnson Henry H. Schewel 

Richard E. Bartlebaugh Louis E. Jorel Paul B. Shamhart, Jr. 

Francois R. Boucher Omer T. Kaylor, Jr. Jay A. Silverstein 

Richard E. Cooke Houston M. Kimbrouqh David H. Smith 

John L. Crist, Jr. Corneal B. Myers, Jr.' Lloyd H. Smith, Jr. 

William C. Crittenden Morrison R. Nelson Lawrence C. Sullivan 

Joseph F. Ellis, Jr. William J. Noonan Albert D. lull 

David R. Embry Ethelbert G. Norton Edmond D. Wells 

Donald E. Garretson James H. O'Connor William S. Wilcox 

John M. Gunn, Jr. Philip P. Page, Jr. Thomas C. Wilson, Jr. 

William B. Guthrie Robert B. Quayle Norman F. Wyatt 

Robert S. Irons Edwin Albert Zelnicker 



SKU^ DELTA CH 



Professional Journalistic Fraternity 

OFFICERS 

HARRY CLYDE KELLER President ALBERT DARIUS DARBY, JR Secretary 

KENELM LAWRENCE SHIRK Vice-President EDWIN ALBERT ZELNICKER, JR Treasurer 

FRATRES IN FACULTATE 
Robert M. Hodges Charles Harold Lauck 

FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Old Men 

Llllard McEwan Ailor Joseph Franklin Ellis, Jr. Kenelm Lawrence Shirk 

Albert Darius Darby. Jr. Harry Clyde Keller Edwin Albert Zelnicker, Jr. 

New Men 

Richard John Bromley Malcolm Arnold Deans, Jr. Robert John O'Leary 

A L. Cahn Richard James Houska Charles Spurgeon Rowe 

Standrod Tucker Carmlchael Robert Edward Jackson William Randolph Talbott, Jr. 

Wallace Edv/ard Clayton Cullen Franklin Wimmer 




UUIiig 



First Row, Left to Right: Smith, Noonan, Crittenden, and 
Sullivan. Second Row, Left to Right: Page, Myers, Garret- 
son, and Scherr. Third Row, Left to Right: Jackson, Silver- 
stein, Ellis and Zelnicler. Fourth Row. Left to Right: Bouch- 
er, Johnson, Barflebaugh, and Nelson. 

ififiJKSSjSisti 








First Row, Left to Right: Darby, Hodges, Keller, Shirk, and 
Zelnicker. Second Row, Left to Right: Cahn, Talbott, Clay- 
ton, O'Leary, and Ellis. Third Row, Left to Right: Bromley, 
Carmlchael, Houska, Rowe, Wimmer and Deans. 



S I C M A F R A T [ 




Founded at Washington and Lee 



J. L Campbell 
C, S. Glasgow 
R. S. Hutcheson 



FRATRES IN URBE 

Stuart Moore R. A. Smith 

M. W. Paxton, Jr. W. E. Tllson 

H. K. Younq 






OFFICERS 

J. M. HUTCHESON, JR. President 

M. R. NELSON Secretary 



William Fredericfc Allison 
Edward Earl Allison 
Clarence Eugene Ballenger 
Wlillam Harry Baugher 
Bates William Bryan 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Joseph FranHln Ellis, Jr. James Morrison Hutcheson, Jr 

Beverley Thomas Fltzpatricl: Eugene Russell Marable, Jr. 

Edv/in Joseph Gorman Vernon Burnett Millsap 

Stephen Edv/ard hianasik Jack Clary Murrell 

Harry Lee Harner Morrison Ray Nelson 

[H6] 



John Dominic Rulevlch 
William Gray Sizemore 
Roscoe Solar Stephenson, Jr 
Robert Balrd Taylor 
Roy Lawrence Wheeler 




\VLU 

TT 
A 

N 




PI MUk lU 



OFFICERS 

JAMES STANFIELD President RICHARD JEFFREY 

MORRISON HUTCHESON . Secretary-Treasurer 



Vice-President 



William B. Bryan, II K A 
Rlctiard D. Butler, n K * 
John B. Cancelmo, A T 
Jay D. Cook, :: A K 
Jannes F-l. Daves, 2 \ 
CIlHord Day, * K 1 
Richard C. Eglin, K A 
Richard J. Houska, A X A 

Henry S. Ashe, i: A K 
R. N. Bookmeyer, ■t' T A 
Harry F. Brown, A T A 
Paul R. Byrd, K i) 
John H. Churchwell, 'I- A 8 
Jared A. Close, A T 
Fred R. Cottrell, A X A 
Robert O. Crockett, K A 
William A. Davidson, n K A 
Edvfard B. Evans, * P A 



OLD MEN 

Ewing S. Humphreys, ■!■ A f» 
J. Morrison Hutcheson, ']• K - 
Frank N. Jarvis. B n 
Lee M, Kenna. i; X 
Edward P. Lyons, 2 X 
William P. McKelway, ATA 
M. Ray Nelson, <1> K ^1' 

NEW MEN 

John M. Gunn, i; X 

Authur J. Hack, II K 4> 

Linwood A. Holton, B G IT 

Robert S. Irons, K A 

R. Edward Jackson, <i> K ii 

William J. Keery, A T <> 

Erwin D. Latimer, ■}) A O 

Elliot J. H. McCauley, U K A 

John F. Mertz, ii X 

J, Maurice Miller, 4- K ii 



Lee R. Redman, B 6 H 
F, Kennedy Rippetoe, II K A 
Everett J. Schneider, 2 X 
Philip A. Sellers, <!■ A O 
Kenelm L. Shirk, A X A 
James C. Stanfield, II K A 
James C. Walker. 2 X 
Thomas C. Wilson, B 6 II 



Ellis O. Moore, <!> K -i' 
William C. Mowris, B 8 II 
Mathew E, O'Keefe, K i; 
J. Alvin Philpott, * K ^ 
Roland C. Rhea, 2 A E 
Robert E. Rldenhour, 2 X 
Charles S. Rowe, A T A 
William W. Tatgenhorst, 2 X 
Howard W. Vanderbilt, A T < 
Earl M. Vickers, A X A 



'4^J 



HITE FRIHS 



JOHN F. GINESTRA 



W. Harry Baugher, * K 2 
Earle P. Brown, H K * 
Herman M. Carr, B 9 H 
Horace J. Cary, A T U 
Kenneth L. Coghill, K 2 
Albert D. Darby, Jr., n K <I> 
Ben W. Ditto. 2 X 
Edmund A. Donnan, <1> K ^' 
E. Waller Dudley, H K A 
Beverley T. FItzpatrick, K 2 



OFFICERS 

Presiden' GEORGE T. WOOD 

MILLSAP . . . Secretary-Treasurer 



OLD MEN 

John F. Ginestra, 'I' T A 
Clifton R. Hood, 2 A K 
Clarence F. Johnson, B 8 II 
Melvm C. Johnson, * K 2 
Louis E. Jorel, 2 X 
Harry C. Keller, 2 N 
Houston M. Kimbrough, B 8 II 
William R. Krausman, II "I- 
James G. LaPlante. * K -I' 





NEW MEN 


Warren E. Barger, ATA 


David L. Jones, 2 X 


Henry G. Breneman, * K M' 


Thomas O. Kaylor, * K -1' 


John L, Crist, ATA 


John T. Kibler, * K 2 


E. Dean Finney, A X A 


Walter H. Lee, A T 1.' 


Laird S. Harman, H K A 


Frank Markoe, 2 X 


William A. Howland, H K A 


Wesley C. Marsh, A X A 


Robert S. Jaster, * T A 


Charles E. Martin, 2 X 


Charles M. Johnson, * A 8 


S. Allen McAllister, 2 A E 




Alfred McKnight, K 2 



Kenneth R. Merrill, >^ V A 
Hudson C. Millar, <I' K M' 
Vernon E. Millsap. K 2 
Donald L. Richardson, A T 
John F. Roehl. 2 X 
Charles E. Savedge. A X A 
John H. Stansfield, A T 
Lawrence C. Sullivan, A T A 
Donald D. Welch. A T A 
George T. Wood, A T 9. 



Gordon L. Miller, <l> K 2 
Harry H. Orgain, * A 8 
William M. Otter, A T 1> 
William V. Richards, B 8 II 
Chadbourne B. Smith, li H II 
Charles C. Stieff. 2 X 
Hugh T. Verano, 4> E A 
Robert G. Walker, 2 A E 





SOCIETH PHAEMEDICA 



Honorary Pre-Medlcal Society 



OFFICERS 

CHARLES LEWIS RAST, JR President 

JOHN BENJAMIN CANCELMO • Vice-President 

HAVEN WINSLOVv/ MANKIN Secretary-Treasurer 



MEMBERS 

JEAN LEE BENSON 

CHARLES WILLIAM BRODERS 

JOHN C. WINGFIELD CAMPBELL 

WILLIAM ALLEN FULLER 

JAMES MORRISON HUTCHESON, JR. 



CLARENCE F. JOHNSON, JR. 
WILLIAM PRENTISS McKELWAY 
EDWARD HOWARD SCHERR 
MARION UPSHUR SCOTT 
RICHARD HANCE SHEPARD 



MELVIN HENRY SCHEPT 



CHI CAHIIIl THETil 



Honorary Chennlsfry Society 



JOHN WEBSTER McGEHEE, JR 
EDWARD HOWARD SCHERR 



James Lev/Is Hov/e 



Henry Stansbury Ashe 
Frederick William Bauer 
Jean Lee Benson 
James Frederick Berry 
John Paul Blaiteiy 
George Henry Bowers, Jr. 
John C. Wingfield Campbell 
Kenneth Lassiter Coghill 
William Cunningham Crittenden 
John Letcher Crist, Jr. 
Robert Oscar Crockett 
Charles Joseph Devine, Jr. 
Leon Harris, Jr. 
Jarnes Morrison Hutcheson, Jr. 



, JR. .. . 


.... President JAMES SIDNEY PARSONS 




. Secretary 


RR . . . 


, . Vice-President JOHN PAUL BLAKELY . . 
FRATRES IN FACULTATE 




Ireasurer 




Lucius Junius Desha Lewis Dn 


niel Williams 






John Robert Taylor 







FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 

Clarence Freeman Johnson, Jr. 
Benjamin Mayer Kaplan 
Houston Maglll KImbrough 
Stuart Allan McAllister 
John Webster McGehee, Jr. 
William Prentiss McKelway 
Haven Winslow Mankin 
Charles Rodman Martin 
Norvelle Woody Moses 
William Corwin Mowrls 
Richard Daniel Norden 
Harry Hobson Orgain, Jr. 
I. V. Runyan 
John William Runyan, Jr. 



Edward Howard Schorr 
John Dobson Schofleld, Jr. 
Richard Hance Shepard 
Robert Marshall Slierwood 
Chadbourne Bryan Smith 
David Thomas Snell 
Charles Henry Stone 
Grady Monroe Strickland 
Alexander Hamilton Waiko 
Jack Edgar Watson 
Jay Nevin Wemple 
William Jenkins Wilcox 
William Stilwell Wilcox 
Norman Francis Wyatt 



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Front Row, Left to Right: Mankin, Rast, Scherr, Scott, and 

Johnson. Back Row, Left to Right: Benson, Schept, Hutch- 

eson, Campbell, and Devine. 




First Row, Left to Right: Brown. Orgaln, Crittenden, W. S. 
Wilcox, Devine, and Kaplan. Second Row, Left to Right: 
McKelway, Mankin, Coghlll, Schofleld, McGehee, Parsons, 
BIdkely, Norden, W. J. Wilcox, and Bauer. Third Row, Left 
to Right: Watson, Stone, Moses, Desha, Howe, C. B. Snnlth. 
Berry, Williams, Taylor, Wemple, and McAllister. Fourth 
Row, Left to Right: Runyan. Sherwood, L. H. Smith, Jr.. 
Crockett, Mowris. Strickland, Snell, and Ashe. 



CHHinUI COUICIL 



OFFICERS 

WILLIAM JOSEPH NOONAN. JR President 

LAWRENCE CLIFTON SULLIVAN Vice-President 

LLOYD HOLLINGSWORTH SMITH. JR Secretary 

JAY ARMAND SILVERSTEIN Treasurer 

• 
COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

CALHOUN BOND . FRANCIS RISDON RUSSELL 

STANDROD TUCKER CARMICHAEL JAY ARMAND SILVERSTEIN 

KENNETH LASSITER COGHILL ROBERT HUTCHESON SEAL 

ROBERT MOORE PHILIP ALLEN SELLERS 

CORNEAL BERNARD MYERS, JR. PAUL BOLTON SHAMHART, JR. 

DONALD LEO RICHARDSON ALLEN JETT SHARITZ 
LAWRENCE CLIFTON SULLIVAN 



FRESHUH COUHIL 



OFFICERS 

RODNEY MIMS COOK President 

TONY GODWIN HAIL Vice-President 

HOWARD COLES WILKINS Treasurer 



COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

FRANCIS GIRAULT ADDISON, III CLARENCE NICHOLSON FRIERSON 

ROBERT SANDERS BROWN, JR. BEN FRANKLIN HUNTLEY 

GARLAND SANDERSON DANIEL ORIE PAUL LEONARD, JR. 

KALPH IVEY FAULK WILEY ALOYSIUS McGEHEE, JR. 
DANIEL ROSS REASON 

[150] 



Front Row, Left to Right: Siiverstein, Noonan, Sullivan, and 

L. H. Smith, Jr. Middle Row, Left to Right: Richard:on, 

Bond, Coghill, and Seal. Top Row, Left to Right: Moore 

and S. A. Smith. 




Front Row, Left to Right: Faulk, Cook, Smith, Huntley, and 
Frierson. Back Row, Left to Right: Fah', Leonard and Daniel. 



GLEE CLUB 



WALLER DUDLEY 



Piesldent WILLIAM WILCOX . . 

DR. J. G. VARNER Director 



Business Manager 



Frank .^aciison 
Beach Alexander 
Alden Andersen 
James Baldwin 
Charles Belchei 
William Bien 
William Burnett 
William Byrnes 
Roger Campbell 
Standard Carmichael 
Kenneth Coghill 
Withers Do /is 
Huqh Flanagan 
Robert Sarvin 
Lawrence Garvin 



Gene Griese 
Tony Hall 
Guy Hairston 
Charles Herndon 
John Hornickle 
Thomas Houston 
John Hudson 
Gordon Kinchloe 
Allle Lane 
John Lanlch 
Thomas Lee 
Paul Leonard 
Porter McCauley 
John McCormick 



Thomas Mansel 
Robert Maddox 
Haven Mankin 
William Mclndoe 
Charles Mettam 
Willard Moore 
George Moore 
Harold Mouscr 
William Noll 
William Olendorf 
Thomas Randall 
William Schindel 
George Slusser 
William Todd 
Harry Wellford 



FOHEHIC UIIOI 



EARLE VICKERS . . 
JOHN HORNICKEL 



OFFICERS 

Speaker JERRY SHAMHART Secretary 

. . Assistant Speaker WILLIAM TATGENHORST Sergeant-at-Arms 

CHARLES ROWE Publicity Chairman 



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Mark Blades 

Ben Brown 

Bob Brown 

Stafford Bryant 

Ray English 

John William Hemann 

Fred Holley 

John Holley 

John Hornickel 

Ed. Jones 



Paul Leonard 
Fred Leoffler 
William Magee 
W. A. McGehee 
Robert Maddox 
Harold Mankin 
Charles Mettam 
William Miller 
Paul Murphy 
Daniel Reason 
Russell Reynolds 



Landon Robinson 
Charles Rowe 
Fred Sage 
Jerry Shamhart 
William Tatgenhorst 
Malcolm Tenny 
William Terry 
Earle Vickers 
John York 
Henry Young 



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Schindel. Mclndoe, W. L. Garvin, and Hudson. Middle 
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Wilcox, Lee, H. W. Mankin, and Leonard. Back Row, Left 
to Right: Hairston, Harrison, Dudley, McCornnick, Moore, 
Coghill, Baldwin, and Carpenter. 




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Row: Shamhart, Hornlckel, Vickers, Young, and Tatgenhorst. 



lY^SHiiTO^ m LEE mm\ mmkim 



OFFICERS 

JOHN C, MORRISON, '25 President 

R. G. WHITTLE, 74 Vice-President 

■HARRY K. "CV YOUNG, '17 Secretary 

•DR. REID WHITE, '19 Treasurer 



C. T, Chenery, '09 
R. G. Whittle, '24 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

John L. Crist, '13 



Richard T. Edwards, '33 
Roqer Bear, '14 



of absence tor duration ot ' 



FUESfJUy AHIHILATIO^ COMMITTEE 

OFFICERS 

WILLIAM CURTIS SOULE Chairman 

EDWIN ALBERT ZELNICKER, JR Secretary 



MEMBERS 

ALBERT DARIUS DARBY, JR, 
RICHARD JAMES HOUSKA 
ALLIE HARTSFIELD LANE 
GRANT EARLE MOUSER, III 
EDWARD HOWARD SCHERR 
WILLIAM ARTHUR WEBSTER, JR. 
GEORGE TWYMAN WOOD 



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Alumni in the Service at the 1942 Homecoming. Reading 
Lett to Right: Lieutenant Paul Miller, 'iS. Marine Corps; 
Dean Latture, Ensign Lea Booth, '40, Navy; Ensign Magruder 
Drake, '36, Navy; Coast Guardsman Robert P. Tyson, '43; 
Lieut. Harold E. Harvey, '39, Army Air Corps; Dr. Flick, 
Ensign Grady Forgy, '42, Navy; and Sergeant Harold Fenton, 
'39, Army. 




Reading Left to Right: Wood, Houska, Darby 
Soule, Zelnicker, Scherr, Lane, and Mous 



13 CLUB 





Honorary Society for Juniors 



THOMAS CARLYLE WILSON. JR. 



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President HARRY CLYDE KELLER 



Secretar 



Edward Earl Alverson, K A 
Calhoun Bond, ATA 
Bates William Bryan. '!• A 
Ben Wellle Ditto. 2 X 

William F. Allison, <i> A 6 
William W. Babcocit, * K >1' 
Clarence E. Ballenger. 11 K A 
Kenneth L Coghi!!, K ^ 



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Beverly Thomas Fitzpatrlck, K 
Harry Clyde Keller, 2 \ 
Morrison Ray Nelson, 't K ^I' 

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John F. Glnestra, <I> T A 
Frank Goodpasture. 2 N 
Clifton R. Hood, 2 A E 
John R. Jeffrey, 2 X 



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Charles William Swinford, <I> T A 
Roy Lawrence Wheeler, '^ K ^ 
Thomas Carlyle Wilson, Jr., I! [t 

Clarence F. Johnson, 1! 6 11 
William P. McKelway. A T A 
Eugene R. Marable. <1> K 2 
Robert B. Taylor, A T fi 




B i\ D U R 8 

During the 1942-43 season the Troubadours 
gave two plays; the first. "Ten Nights in a 
Barroom," was directed by Jack Lanlch, and 
the second, "Arsenic and Old Lace," by Jim 
Stanfield. The directors were assisted by 
Seymour Smith, director of religious activities, 
and Lieut. Paul Baker of the Army School for 
Special Service. The players operated under 
the sponsorship of J. G. Varner, director of 
musical and dramatic organizations. 



OFFICERS 



A dramatic scene as the 
in "Ten N 


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ghts 


nkard's daughter is 
in a Bar Room." 


about 


to die JAMES CALEB STANFIELD 
LLOYD JACKSON LANICH 

MEMBERS 


President 

JR. Business Manager 


Miss Helen Anderson 
Miss Mary Jane Bosserma 
Miss Virginia Deaver 
Mrs. James S. Moffatt, Jr 
Mrs. Seymour Smith 
J. H. Baldwin, Jr. 


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R. E. Bartlebauqh 
P. J. Bates 
W. D. Bien 
J. Brewster 
E. W. Dudley 
W. L. Garvin 
J. D. Greenberq 


R. 
J. 
L. 
D 
F. 
J. 
H 


0. Harter L. F. Mansfield 
C. Hornickei W. C. Marsh 
J. Lanich, Jr. J. P. Mingioli 

Lewis P. J. B. Murphy, Jr. 
P. Loeffler D. R. Reason 
N. McCormlck W. H. Schindel 

W. Mankin 


J. C. Stanfield 

J. F. Taylor 

W. S. Washington, Jr. 

V^. J. Wilcox 

J. 1. Wood 

H. E. Young 



Curtain call for "Ten Nights in a Bar Room " In the picture are. left to 
and Hornickel. Second row left to right Wilcox McCormick and Bien. 
Dudley Lanich Harter Taylor and Mingioli. 



right, front row: Woods 
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through a dark hour. From the editorial staff of the 1943 Calyx appreciation is due 
Bob Moore, Harry Orgain, Holly Smith, Dick Watson and Bob Burriss, and many 
others. Cal Bond, editor of the 1942 Calyx, helped us with advice and assistance in 
financial matters. Charley Devine and Roger Winborne provided us with many 
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